“Art flourishes where there is a sense of adventure.” Alfred North Whit
Were you driving when you snapped that! Well done for E...
Gotta love those exit signs!! I have my "E" photo on my photo blog. I'm having so much fun with ABC Wednesday.
Great E post i see you carry the camera as well.
Nothing worse than missing your exit and trying to catch the next one and get yourself turned around...I speak from experience as well...lolKarlaYou're invited!!!!What: A Blog PartyWhere: http://daydreamstudios.blogspot.com/2008/02/welcome-to-my-humble-blog.htmlWhen: Now thru next TuesdayWhy: Becuase I made it to 100 posts (wasn't sure I'd make it past 3)Time: My blog never sleeps, so come when you can.Who: You of course, bring a friend too.P.S.: I have a present to give away!
Good choice for E!
That's for sure! I havehad that experience also!LOL!I made up a song while in the car when I was lost in the darkat night driving out in the country.I was in the city but I endedup in the country. LOL!Now I must exit! LOL!Have a Blessed Happy FunCreative Healthy Year!!!Flassie
Wonderful photo!!! I just started the ABC Wednesday. I posted a couple photo's that had to do with on-stage entertainment and I though E for entertainment. LOLOL I hope that I did it right. What a wonderful photo!!! Great choice!!! *HUGS*
Good E post
Very good E :o)
yeah, that would be quite a difficult pic to shoot with camera poking out of the window and driving at...120 mph? LOL
Good E!Sometimes there are too many files and choises.... ;)
Yes, this is a good E!
That's a good "E". I've passed my exit before - you never know where you'll end up!
Interesting Exit Sign! I am familiar with Frederick Maryland off of Route 70....which I believe is where one of your exits was pointing!Great E Post!!!
And with your exit sign post, I end my journey of traveling to all the sites listed for E! You don't ave to roll the window down to take a nice photo -- just need clean windows! Hope you weren't driving or were stopped because of traffic when taking that photo tho!
Oh, yes! I have had that experience as well. Once, in the fog, I missed my own exit for home. Can you imagine? I had to figure out how to ge back from the next one.
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