March 19, 2013

One Picture is Worth 1000 Words

I found this railroad crossing sign on a walk through a neighborhood in Deland, FL.  I have no idea where the railroad tracks might be!


"123" texture courtesy of Kim Klassen.

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22 comments:

SueAnn Lommler said...

Love love love the pic
Hugs
SueAnn

Pieni Lintu said...

I love this!!!

Jeanie said...

Itty bitty baby tracks for a child's train, perhaps? Or only in the owner's mind!

Carol said...

Love the whimsy!

Marissa said...

I love this! It feels like a walk back in time.

http://vivhalliwell.com said...

Great I love it....

Becs said...

Love signs like that! Beautiful texture work, love the vintage feel.

Trädgården på Höjden... said...

great picture

graciebinoya.com said...

Beautiful work!

Stephanie said...

Very cute! I would bet a former engineer lives here.

Linda R said...

Looks wonderful. Great editing my friend...

~JarieLyn~ said...

Maybe they took a drive out into the country and stole the sign. Anyway, Ive always been a big fan of these old railroad signs. Great capture and to see it in the middle of someone's yard is even better.

Barbara said...

Fun image and cool find, looks lovely and it does make you wonder.

kelly said...

such a fun, whimsical shot! love the vintage feel.

louciao said...

Very funny capture and the texture adds even more charm to the scene.

Marilyn said...

How cool is this.....to have a RR crossing sign next to your house!! Very fun, Pat.

acreativeharbor.com said...

That is a very special and creative photo ~ Wow! ~

Enjoy ^_^

Sarah Huizenga said...

That would be so cool to have in the yard.

Rebecca said...

What a great old rr sign! I wonder if there is a car in that garage.

Lissa Forbes said...

Pat, this made me giggle ... a perfect ending to a good day! Won't someone be surprised if a train were to barrel through one day? ;-> Thanks for visiting Walk and Click Wednesday!

Rosemary Aubut said...

Great texture work and I love the subject matter! My husband is a retired rail engineer but don't think this could live in our yard. Great find though!

warnerwriting said...

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You have a wonderful, creative blog! My mother, grandmother and great-grandmother were quilters. I did a few wall quilts but then discovered making "wall doll" of quilters, gardeners, writers, and peasants for my closest friends. Finding your blog was a wonderful surprise!