New and Old

I can’t help but to ask myself if I am prepared to accept the changes of the age of technology.  Anything that saves time is assumed to be good.

Scooter options….using pedal power and smart cars…downsizing

Use it or lose it….less available every yearIMG_3278

The number you have reached is no longer in service

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Easy enough

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free…..just plug in

 

Still working and classic

Admire the old and embrace all that is new, change is continuous and mixing things up is really cool 🙂

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Photos taken in New York City 2018…..

 

 

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Timeless, 1870 home

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“There is no necessity to seek for anything better than metallic brown, venetian red, or red oxide as a pigment, and pure linseed oil as the vehicle, as a suitable paint for tin roofs”

Engineer Review , March 1909

This 1870  home is located in the historic district of Guyton Georgia. A city rich in  history and on the route of “Shermans March to the Sea”.  To view other homes and to read more about this charming community  please visit: https://effinghammoves.com/2018/04/15/guyton-georgia-usa-tells-its-own-story/

 

 

Gingerbread House-Savannah Georgia

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Savannah Georgia laid out in 1733 has many historic homes in the city.  The Gingerbread house was built in 1899 and is an example of  Steamboat Gothic Architecture.

It is now a venue for weddings and events, located on Bull street in the Victorian District.

Half Circles: “Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge”

Dormers and Skylights

 

Thanks Becky for the challenge.  I took this photo on my visit to Nuremberg, Germany.

I’m used to seeing the dormers and skylights just not this many on one structure.  Found this interesting.

https://beckybofwinchester.com/2018/06/03/june-roof-square-3/

Lunch on Meeting St. Charleston South Carolina — The59Club

Charleston South Carolina is a historic city known for its variety of fine dining. A top choice for tourists and the locals is Hymans Seafood on Meeting Street. Located within walking distance to the Old City Market, they offer a good selection of seafood along with a full menu of traditional southern dishes. I had […]

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Flamingo-osis in America

The pink flamingo is popular plastic lawn ornament that never goes out of style. Since the late 1950’s you can travel almost anywhere and see these bright pink long-necked birds decorating homes and businesses.
Why is the flamingo one of the most popular lawn ornaments?

Some folks believe that since the wading bird can stand on one leg it will bring “balance” to their lives.

It is used to identify a property ( just look for the porch with the bright pink flamingo)

It can be a landmark for directions (make a right at the house with the pink flamingo)

It’s bright, playful, and easy to decorate for holidays so it can stay out all year

Its tropical theme sends off good vibes of warmth, fun, and happiness

They are used for fundraisers, you can send a flock to the neighbor’s yard

Affordable Decor

It’s a Florida souvenir you can share with everyone

It’s a conversation piece in your front yard, letting neighbors know you are sociable

They are not one size fits all

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These birds were first sold by Sears Roebuck in a 1958 catalog. Having a reputation at times for being “tacky”, no one can ever say they are not part of the iconic American landscape. Hundred of thousands are sold every year

#flamingo-osis , you are welcome to share your beautiful flamingo photo