Well they are all good, this one was just a wee bit gooder.
First was this which instantly came to mind was a scene from the Terry Gilliam movie Brazil.
A great movie and a favorite of mine.
The scene, enough to give you nightmares and I'll not go into detail.
Guys like to ride their old bicycles to the flea market, stand around and gab about their passion.
This one here was new upon the scene. Polished rust and bare metal seat. I love it.
This gentleman's wife makes these tea cup and saucer bird feeders.
What a clever idea I thought.
I rarely ever buy anything. I just enjoy browsing around and the characters there are entertaining. I saw this 8x10 photo in a frame and loved it. The seller was on his cellphone sitting on the tailgate of his truck. I held up the picture frame. He held up 3 fingers. I stepped aside and fished into my pocket for my money. By now he was off the phone and finishing up with another customer. I handed him a 5 dollar bill. He gave me back 3 dollars (???). I thanked him and walked away happy with my purchase.
At home I removed the photo from the frame hoping there was a date and maybe who and where this was but it was blank. I mounted it on a mat and took the photo below.
After I had it framed I realized I had mounted the photo to low and cut off her boots. I fixed it but forgot to take another picture. This one below is in the frame behind glass and not as sharp as above but wanted you to see her boots and the scene, plus how cropping out the bright glare of the tin roof helped the overall image.
Oh how I would love to know the story behind this photo.