Country Memories

About fourteen months ago, I visited my parents mini-ranch in Oregon.  I loved roaming the rural countryside while I was there.  One of my favorite snapshots from that trip, is this photo of an abandoned car.  I love the fog and the general atmosphere of isolation in this shot.

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21 Responses to “Country Memories”

  1. Michelle Pixie

    I love captures like this where I could sit and wonder all day about how the car got there or why. I really like this shot!

  2. Michelle Pixie

    I love captures like this where I could sit and wonder all day about how the car got there or why. I really like this shot!

  3. Michelle Pixie

    I love captures like this where I could sit and wonder all day about how the car got there or why. I really like this shot!

  4. Jess

    I really love this picture! So eerie and intriguing. 🙂
    P.S. Glad to see you back (no pun intended)

  5. Jess

    I really love this picture! So eerie and intriguing. 🙂
    P.S. Glad to see you back (no pun intended)

  6. Jess

    I really love this picture! So eerie and intriguing. 🙂
    P.S. Glad to see you back (no pun intended)

  7. Priscilla

    Love it! I’m a part-time country girl – NW Arkansas is where I go to contemplate the meaning of life – just posted a photo of an old barn (B/W also) that is haunting in its austerity and simplicity. I heart your photo of the train tracks too.

  8. Priscilla

    Love it! I’m a part-time country girl – NW Arkansas is where I go to contemplate the meaning of life – just posted a photo of an old barn (B/W also) that is haunting in its austerity and simplicity. I heart your photo of the train tracks too.

  9. Priscilla

    Love it! I’m a part-time country girl – NW Arkansas is where I go to contemplate the meaning of life – just posted a photo of an old barn (B/W also) that is haunting in its austerity and simplicity. I heart your photo of the train tracks too.

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