"My Golfing Days Are Done"
Found at Old Car City, White, Georgia.
A silloueted cross and a Bible on a stone altar, are highlighted by the multicolored stained glass window at the front of the Ida Cason Callaway Chapel in Gallaway Gardens, located in Pine Mountain Georgia.
"Cash Sale, One Dollar"
An antique cash register, minus the cash drawer, discarded in the woods with other junk.
"Log Cabin Chimney and Window"
Chimney and window detail of pioneer John Oliver's log cabin in the Cades Cove area of The Great Smoky Mountains.
"One Armed Doll"
Some say this doll is a little creepy. Do you? At Old Car City in White , Georgia
"Where's My Car?"
I know my car has got to be here somewhere. I can remember parking it here a few years ago. (Overgrown Nash, in Old Car City, White, Georgia)
"Track Maintenance Car #2"
The control cab section of a retired and rusting railroad track maintenance car. It was used for track and roadbed maintenance.
"Trolley Doors #1"
Trolley Doors at Orange Empire Railway Museum in Perris, California
"Glass Globes in Twine"
Antique market (flea-market) find.
A steam valve on Western and Atlantic Railroad No. 3 Locomotive "The General." The General is famous for its part in the Great Locomotive Chase in April of 1862, during the Civil War.
Trolley Doors #2
Trolley Doors at Orange Empire Railway Museum in Perris California
"Laughter and Car"
This car has been there awhile. In Old Car City, White , Georgia
"Antique Doorknob and Lock"
Antique door and doorknob at the Knitting Mill Antiques Mall in Chattanooga-Hill City, Tennessee.
"Bubbly Roses #2"
"Windows through a Window"
Windows in an abandoned house in Canton, Georgia.
"Cash for Junk Cars"
Roadside advertisment for junk auto dealer in Cherokee County, Georgia.
"Window Detail #7"
Window Detail in Cartersville, Georgia.
"Okefenokee Swamp #2"
Bands of scum with new fallen leaves, held back by a log in the Suwannee River Sill of the Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia.
Colorful market baskets for sale in Old Town Spring, Texas.
"Doors and Shutters"
Used doors and shutters available for purchase at Scott Antique Markets in Atlanta, Georgia.
"Mamas & Papas, and Babies Too"
A tree fallen into the lake has become a favorite spot for the lake turtles to sun themselves. In the photo, taken from a house deck, you should be able to count 9 turtles on the tree remains.
A moss encrusted emblem on the side of an old GMC truck, abandoned in the forest.
Stacks of used buckets, ready for sale at Scott Antique Markets in Atlanta, Georgia.
A rusting antique automobile, abandoned in the woods of north Georgia.
A mixture of assorted giant gourds. Another of the many signs that autumn has arrived.
What better way to usher in the first day of Autumn than a crop of Indian corn.
"Grist Mill Birdhouse"
The front windows of the "Pillar to Past" gift shop in Juliette, Georgia.
"Southern Engine #1"
Retired and rusting, Southern Railway Engine #1, at the Southeastern Railway Museum, Duluth, Georgia.
"Gift Shop Windows"
Gift Shop Windows in Old Town Spring, Texas.
"Juliette Gift Shop"
The whimsical front of a gift shop in Juliette, Georgia, home of the "Whistle Stop Cafe" made famous by the movie "Fried Green Tomatoes.”
A recent addition to a pond at Gibbs Gardens, in Ball Ground, Georgia.
Pited and Lichen encrusted hood emblems on an Oldsmobile auto, long ago discarded deep in the woods.
A colorful harvest of giant gourds. A sure sign that autumn has arrived.
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