Also like the old sign and the colours/shades of the old wooden wall.Have a nice weekend too! :-)
I love old places like this! It would have caught my eye too. I'm glad you shared this photo!
It is eye catching!!
Its interesting looking. Do you know what its used for?
I just found your blog on Skywatch Friday. It is most interesting, having spent most of my life in the Roanoke Valley. I see many places that bring memories.
It's definitely pleasing to look at those mellow colours
The gasoil is soo expansive...
The sad part is I remember those Texaco signs well. I guess my age is showing. ;)
This little building and the sign... no doubt in which country the photo is taken!
Me too! I love that rustic look...
Remember the old Texaco jingle?"You can trust your car to the man who wears the star...the Texaco star."
Strangely we had that Texaco sign in the UK when I was a child.
This is a great building, we have one like it in my town that I use as backdrop for Senior Portraits. Great shot!!
Our Texaco changed to a Shell a yea ago or so. I keep calling it Texaco. :)
It's fun to photograph old buildings Tanya. I like to photograph derilect houses. We have some still standing on farms where the farmers have built a new house and use the old one to store hay and farm implements. Sometimes cows or sheep might get into them too. - Dave
Jim, I don't know what it's used for right now. I finally pulled in to take a picture and wouldn't you know at the same time a big trailer pulled in and blocked me. I'll have to go one day this week and find out. It would be perfect if it was an antique store :)Thanks everyone for stopping by!
this is a great find! You oughtta prowl around that joint and see what else lurks below the surface...
This just says 'America' to me. Brillant shot.
Hi! I'm so happy you've stopped by and always enjoy your comments :)