Like being a kid in a candy store. (Click on images to enlarge.)
Great shots, Alan. It helps that your shoes are photogenic, too.
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Absolutely like being in a candy store – these are great. I love the first 4 together – no, the first 5. Hmmm. They’re all great. I already said that, didn’t I?
You’re always welcome to say it again, Lynn.
The backstory to my visit is that I was desperately trying to get rid of a compact refrigerator I bought for $5.00 only to discover it didn’t work. Leaving it for curbside pick-up would have cost $8.00 which on principle I hated to pay. Taking it back to the place where I got it would have been more hassle than it was worth.
I eventually found this scrap yard to take it but nothing prepared me for just how amazing it was: everything from kids bikes, lawn mowers, exercise weights, tires, and gumball machines to junk cars, forklift trucks, and mega road-construction machinery.
That five bucks I spent on a non-working fridge turned out to be money well spent :)
I love that story – that’s exactly how great discoveries happen. It’s roundabout but it got you there. ;-)
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The irony is that I bought the fridge at a local photo gallery’s silent auction. If anyone had told me it wasn’t meant to keep things cold but was rather a scrap yard admission ticket, I might have bid more :)
Great pictures! Well arranged!
Thanks Daniel. Tried to organize things as well as is done at the scrap yard :)
As you perhaps can tell, I’m still catching up on e-mail I missed when I was out of town for a few days. So I’m sorry I missed these and happy that they were still in my inbox. Candy store, indeed. And you did it justice magnificently! Love them all.
Thanks Linda. No surprise you’d enjoy these — like dumpsters on steroids!
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