that's great - please post more.the Ol'Buzzard
Lovely! It reminds me of the old Studebaker truck my Dad drove when I was small.
Ol'B---Thanks. I'm working on an old '48 Chevy right now.Debra---Now that was a gorgeous truck! I don't know if this link will work in this comment box, but...http://www.brightonmotorsports.com/sites/default/files/vehicles/cars/inquire/studebaker-m5-coupe-express-pickup-truck-1947.jpg
Nice - love the colors!
intell---Danke. Du bist zu gütig
I love that painting..you must post more..I'd love to buy that for my frieds Shady Lane and Brewster who have retired to the Taos area and would love love love that painting..please post more.
JACKIESUE---Well, damn and shucks. Thanks.Go take a look at more, here:https://flic.kr/s/aHskfb7Q8yand email me at, we'll work something out: email@example.com
Bravo! Clap clap clap clap. . .
Professor C---Thank you...thank you very much.
A few more inches and it would have had a different feeling to the title.
walking man---All things are possible in the "Land of Enchantment"...or so they say.
Very nice. The building really captures that New Mexico look that I remember -- Pueblo architecture or whatever it's called. (Haven't been to New Mexico in 15 years, but it doesn't look like any other state I've ever been to.)
Tom---I took slight liberties with the colors, but it's the feel of the place, I think. Those stake type fences and of course, adobe buildings are everywhere. Definitely a state of it's own.
Hi, thanks for that link provided above -- I copied and pasted it into the browser to see the truck. Yes, that looks very like my Dad's -- except in much nicer condition, LOL!
Debra---Good. I hope it brought good memories to mind :)
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