Simple wood structure that once served as a gas station in rural Texas, near Chappell Hill as I recall, obviously has seen better days. Not only has it been abandoned, it is heavily overgrown with native grasses and vines. Yet there is a certain beauty to it, especially the Fifties- or Sixties-style gas pump (logo removed).
If you look closely, you can see a rough-wood sign between the gas pump and window, indicating the business was at one time for sale.
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A lifelong love of writing, coupled now with photography and polishing images, continues to serve as my creative outlet in a less-hectic lifestyle called retirement. Each step in the process helps me appreciate the beauty and amazing details of Godís creation. Though I consider taking and editing pictures a hobby, it's my passion. That helps explain the nearly 700 images I've posted so far--three thousand taken on a one-week trip alone!
Photography, plus the research it entails, has become one more enjoyable journey in a blessed life. In 1969 I graduated as a Registered Dental Hygienist and cleaned teeth for more than a decade--mainly in Texas, where I still live. After my first feature article, for my professional journal, made...
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