Sunday, January 30, 2011

Images & Words ~ I've Seen Better Days ~ Week 91

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Images & Words

" I've Seen Better Days"

LoL were you talking about me?

 

38 comments:

  1. Bettter lol with exaggeration on The Bett...ter..

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  2. Now this is OLD...lol....Yet I like the older cars as they had their own charm. Really nice pic.

    http://nikhilpant.multiply.com/journal/item/614/Ive_seen_better_days_Images_Words_91

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  3. Lovely Milli, I love it !!! My father had one like that when I was a child, my uncle and him fetched it across Store Belt, one very cold day, the Belt was frozen and fixed it up. Sure brings back memories.

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  4. Austin Cambridge 1938?
    Shame about the Windscreen not being original.
    My first was 1933 Ford Popular bought in 1949

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  5. Great entry - Im sure it would make for a terrif hotrod - given half a chance. Love the words.

    http://andrewhanson.multiply.com/journal/item/113/IAW_XCI_-_Seen_Better_Days

    thanks for ur comment, dear!

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  6. that is a photo taken just beautifully...the angle the setting...the colour...perfect.

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  7. It would be lovely restored. No, Anders. We are not turning it into a hotrod.

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  8. It does need to be restored. Wonderful photo.

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  9. Wonderful Milli perfect in black and white great capture.;)

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  10. ...yesssssssssss i have seen better days...in my Lexus....love the shot....Milli..U R a great friend...i am lucky to have U..LOVE..Sanat.

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  11. Perhaps it has seen better days....but all that will change!!
    terrific photo and verse, Milli

    Images and Words #91 ~" I've seen better Days ! "

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  12. oh what a wonderful old machine this is. Great photo and take on the theme. And just between us, i've seen better days also!

    http://dageaux.multiply.com/journal/item/501/Images_and_Words_-_Ive_seen_better_days

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  13. ..... gorgeous car that ... and yes ... nothing like a good restoration to get the motor running!!

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  14. Milli I love this this photo and your poem. I can kind of invision Bonnie and Clyde. I was looking for bullet holes...

    http://friggncrazy.multiply.com/journal/item/888?mark_read=friggncrazy:journal:888&replies_read=7&goto=7#reply7

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  15. this looks like a 50 YO picture ....sweet

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  16. I Love this.
    I think this was a Bonnie and Clyde era car.
    Seems like I remember one like it in the movie?
    I Love the poem.
    Thanks for stopping by and Your comment.
    http://leadfootweenie.multiply.com/journal/item/521/Images_Words_Week_91_Ive_Seen_Better_Days

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  17. Now that would be a project worth jumping into. Got the keys?

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  18. Great words and picture,i love the car,just get the polish out and it will be fine!
    http://sue980.multiply.com/journal/item/233/Images_with_Words.

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  19. lolol Cute! Hmm, wonder if I got new wheels would I be restored??? ;)

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  20. ROFLOL!!!! I think that would be only the beginning of your restoration Process..you are such a card.

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  21. Thanks All You Fabulous I&W group members and friends.
    I do not know the outcome for this old classic but if I travel back into the hills town where I found it sitting at the back of an old barn I will note its progress or deterioration..or it's demise.

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  22. Wow, how old is that car?
    Great post for the theme.

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  23. I love the old cars , wondeerful car , wish it will realy be restored.
    Thanks for your visit and kind words. Greetings from Istanbul.

    http://ummancan.multiply.com/journal/item/322/Images_and_Words_Ive_seen_better_days

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