Archive for the ‘travel’ Tag

South of the Border   1 comment

Stopping at South of the Border (between N. Carolina and S. Carolina on I-95) is like a trip back in time. This giant truck stop is definitely a 50’s throwback! Click on any pic to see them all in slideshow format. I especially liked the restaurant shaped like a sombrero.

Posted May 14, 2017 by Lutz Braum in Architecture, Travel, US

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“Your wate and your fate”   Leave a comment

Found this fortune-telling machine (and scale) in Selma, NC:

 

 

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Posted May 13, 2017 by Lutz Braum in Architecture, US

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Whitaker, NC   Leave a comment

2 views of Whitaker, NC (along route 310). This bank clearly has been closed for a while:

 

And this house hasn’t been occupied in a while, either:

 

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Fresh produce?   Leave a comment

Found this abandoned produce stand near Enfield, NC:

 

Canon 5D Mark II, 16-35mm
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Selma, NC   4 comments

Stopped in this small town while driving through North Carolina. Here are 3 views of Main Street. Click on any pic to see in slideshow mode.

 

Canon 5D Mark II, 16-35mm

 

Posted April 29, 2017 by Lutz Braum in Architecture, Travel, US

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Paris couples   Leave a comment

Paris is great for all kinds of couples. Here are just a few examples.

The kissing couple:

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The ‘I’d rather spend my time with my cellphone’ couple:

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The fashionable tourist couple (with matching hats):

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All kinds of couples, basically:

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Posted September 3, 2016 by Lutz Braum in Europe, People

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Crooked Paris   2 comments

So many streets in Paris feature buildings that seem to lean against each other, each one at a different angle.

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Posted August 28, 2016 by Lutz Braum in Architecture, Black&White, Europe

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