Wow. Time Travel.
It looks so desolate and yet so...Mayberry-ish!
You know I'd love to go junkin' there!
Good reasons! I love that green door to that warehouse!.
LOVE these photos!
Wow!!! I love this blog! It's awesome...I'm a new follower. Have a great day :)
Wait a second. Did you just post a picture of WATERMELONS on your blog?! You think you know a guy...
mmm...off the beaten track seems so peaceful!
I think "off the beaten track" is a lot more profitable when you're a kick-butt photographer.
great photos. well done. love the one of that fence
Love the ones of the old ambulance, and the chicken. ;)
I just bought me one of those Green River watermelons! Don't worry, I won't make you eat any of it. :)That ambulance has me singing "Ghostbusters" in my head.Great finds, TF.
My mom and dad ran away to get married in....wait for it.....Green River.Yet, I've no doubt they took the time to notice any of the beautiful things you found!
like them all, hard to pick a fave...
Amazing photos, as always.BTW, that kinda looks like the old Green River Ghostbuster mobile!
Believe it or not I use to live in Green RIver, Utah!! I have a ton of family that live there. I stayed with my Aunt and Uncle the summer before my senior year in high school. I worked at a gas station and I totally recognize some of the places in your pictures. LOL....you just can't beat a Green River Watermelon!Oh the memories.....
Those pictures are great. I love them.
Wow! Awesome photos! Definitely a reason to go off the beaten path.
OH I would love to have been there - those shots are just shouting out for me to take HDR shots especially on the 3rd, 4th 5th and 6th scenes.
These are some GREAT photos! Hoping to go off the beaten path next weekend! I doubt I'll see anything this cool though. :)
It amazes me how you can find such beauty in something that most people would just pass right by.
Love all of these. Looks like my kind of place.
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