Thursday Doors & Street Shots(2-4-2021)

Time for Thursday Doors 

While sitting at a light in Richmond, VA-  grabbed a photo of some red doors and captured an awesome smile:

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These next few were from different parts of east coast

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This might sound funny, but in the 1990s, I was a Battery Snob and always HAD TO HAVE the brand of Interstate batteries. They delivered a lot for the dollar.

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Lastly, this closing photo – part of my car door – the lady’s car door- with some fun sweet shot extras. Driver on phone, man on – the name ruth – and then the CBD sign to the left provides a snippet into our culture today

Okay, so any photos stand out to you?

Did you ever have a battery brand the you just had to have?

 

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35 thoughts on “Thursday Doors & Street Shots(2-4-2021)

    1. Hi Robbie – I am not sure what is sold these days – but in the 90s I was driving a lot – just my lot in life because I moved away and family was scattered – and so batteries and other car stuff became a part of my life – but have no idea today – although – recently saw commercials for DIE HARD batteries and they are cleverly using the old Bruce Willis Die Hard movie to promote it – very clever

      thanks for the comment

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  1. Fun photos of an ordinary day. I always enjoy your street scenes. I’m glad the guy didn’t seem to mind.

    For many years, I had to have a Sears Dihard battery.

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  2. Can’t say I have a fondness for a particular battery. I like that first series of the red door. It seems like the gentleman warmed up to your camera over time.

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    1. so nice to meet you and I just posted a post for the #Fallen theme from Terry this week.
      i will be over to visit your blog soon
      🙂

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    1. Hi – not that much right now – but we have had seasons of riding as a family – the hubs rides a bit and and I do plan to cycle more later this year – it sure is wonderful exercise and I can see why you love it – 🙂

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      1. I hope you get to do more if you want.
        Without a car for 15.5 years I needed it to get around, and still having my condition of undertallness, I need to keep moving. So it’s not all love, I seem to have made distance a thing (averaging 5,200 miles a year or thereabouts) and now it’s been a daily chore for 16 months. Maybe someday if my streak gets broken I will take that as a sign to take a week or two or four off.

        Anyway, I’m not sure if you have winter weather that prohibits bicycling or makes it unpleasant, but do what feels good!

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        1. needs to your cycling for whatever reasons get you out there
          – so healthy for us and you might just be adding to your longevity through cycling and the great outdoors with it – even if for commute and whatnot
          😉

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