July 5, 2016

Seeking Treasure in Winchester

Even though it was raining when we went to the festival in Winchester on Sunday, I still took dozens of pictures. Surely in such a historic town, I captured something for Tuesday's Treasures.

This building would have qualified but I only got a partial shot because I was photographing the flag, not the building.

The dog was handsome but I don't think Tom would say he's a treasure. The toys would spark his interest if they were antiques, but they aren't.

Frank took this shot. It's too silly to submit as a treasure.

Okay, I have a picture of a World War II jeep. Tom will like that!The sign on the front says Bastogne, which was the site of a 1944 battle.

That church is no doubt a treasure too. I should have stepped back and made a portrait of it.

12 comments:

  1. Oh come on Linda, your rainy day (what I would do for some rain) in Winchester is a treasure. Each and every day is a treasure and I hope that you enjoyed your 4th. Have a great week and please stop back again.

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    1. Thanks. I may be a bit of a perfectionist. 😏

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  2. My grandfather used to restore jeeps like that.

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  3. This was definitely a place for treasure hunting! :)

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  4. The jeep is indeed a treasure. A symbol of all the hard work and tireless sweat and tears of fighting for our freedom.

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  5. Fun mix of photos. I like the one of you and the yellow duck. :)

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  6. Nice set of photos. That dog is a treasure to someone :)

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  7. The Jeep's a welcome sight... and so is the dog!

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  8. Good set of photo's - I just love the one of you and the duck! It made me smile, thank you.

    All the best Jan

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  9. You found a number of treasures it looks

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  10. The sweet babi chocolate found something of interest, did you get it for her? The giant rubby ducky could star in its own horror movie.

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  11. I think all of the photos count as treasures. Each one has something old/vintage in it. Nice mix.

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