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Wendy J St Christopher


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Prairieville, LA - United States

love the rusty old signs... great find.

Thanks, Scott!

San Antonio, TX - United States

Featured in the Self Taught Artists Group. Thank you!

San Antonio, TX - United States

Featured in the Group of photographers from around the world Group. Thank you!

Haskell, TX - United States

Very well done, Wendy!

Forgive the delay, Linda -- thank you kindly! :-)

Grants Pass, OR - United States

Beautiful work Wendy! This is such a great find and makes for and awesome capture. Well done! v/f (Thanks also for the tips in the group: Self-Promotion Skills for Artists)

A belated Thank You!, Cindy. :-)

Orange Park, FL - United States

Terrific image! Love it! v/f

Thank you, Kendricks!

Whittier, CA - United States

Great vintage capture Wendy and Pepsi is my fav ;-) v/f

It's not my fave, Gwyn, but sure makes for a great, old sign! :-)

London, ON - Canada

Wonderful shot! V/F

Thank you, Chris!

Lusby, MD - United States

What a find! Love this! v'd

Thanks very much, Kelly! :-)

Alexandria, VA - United States

Great textures and vintage look. You were lost, but you found this!

Thanks, Steven! I've often found that being lost is the best way to find something amazing. :-)

Worcester, MA - United States

Some of the best places... are those that you have no idea where you are lol

Thanks very much, Luke! I have a lousy sense of direction, so guess I've been to some of the best places. :-)

Worcester, MA - United States

Fantastic rust! Love the bars on the window too. Textures galore!

Capitola, CA - United States

nice capture

Thanks, Chris!

Spencerville, OH - United States

Great find Wendy !! Love it !!

Thanks, Pamela! The store was weathered, but seemed very sturdy, still.

Howey In The Hills, FL - United States

I luv this image, good job, and the rusty sign sets it off

Thanks, David! This was a great, old store. Wish I could find it again, but I was lost on the back roads, so . . . All I know for sure is that it was somewhere in or near Utopia, Texas. And, hey -- who doesn't want to spend some time in utopia? :-)

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