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Old Mar 18, 2007, 11:20 AM   #1
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Thought this might work for a Jeepers view of the world when meandering through the countryside. Thanks for looking.

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a lonely, abandoned place. Good to know you can leave it with your car. It for sure can tell some stories.


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Mandy, another view of the "Doc's" house in Kansas, right? Nice.
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Mandy, another view of the "Doc's" house in Kansas, right? Nice.
Good guess Walter:lol:I was standing there talking to my hubby and looked through and said hey....why not? Thanks for looking......Mandy.
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a lonely, abandoned place. Good to know you can leave it with your car. It for sure can tell some stories.

Thanks for stopping by....Mandy.
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Old Mar 18, 2007, 5:07 PM   #6
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Mandy,

These old farmhouses have so much character in them. Your shot brings out this one very well. The car window framing is almost perfect except for the side window in the way. But, hey, you can't have everything.

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Mandy,

These old farmhouses have so much character in them. Your shot brings out this one very well. The car window framing is almost perfect except for the side window in the way. But, hey, you can't have everything.

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selvin, thanks for your comments...and that darn mirror is always in the way. :?
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A completely new perception,Mostly I have seen through house window.This from "car window".Nice concept
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A completely new perception,Mostly I have seen through house window.This from "car window".Nice concept
Thanks for stopping by and for your comments:?

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Great shot. My only complaint is to see the house centered more in the window.

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