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title is a twist on a book very popular in the late 60’s
Ruidoso, New Mexico
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car, psychedelic, new mexico, laughing bones
I am proud of my Native American Heritage and am making it a goal to return to a lot of the old ways.
Photography is my friend and outlet, making a statement concerning injustice and the need for equality amongst every soul that walks this Earth is my passion.
I create art to be controversial, and make you think.
The truth has never damaged the righteous cause
Oh my gosh, how colourful is this……great find LB :o)
I so got lucky, good thing me and the cam are joined at the hip, thanx for looking Josie
– ☼Laughing Bones☾
Awesome find and capture. Now this car would be cool to drive around because of the Lion of course. A fave.
I’m getting a mental image… yep….. so see you and Billie cruising, probably blasting the horn which you programmed to sound like a Lion’s roar – LMAO
thank you Judy
Too cool!! Great find and great shot. Gotta love the lion on the top.
Thank you so much for the uplifting comments WeeZie – side note I soooo wanted to call you Mrs. Jefferson, if you remember the show from the 70’s here in America you’ll get it
Of course a Lion’s roar – Billie would probably want some kind of blues though. LOL. BUT in the end, he would probably not want to ride in it soooo therefore, it would be totally mine. Ha!!
LOLAcopter!!!! Well I guess that’s settled, so does it run on unlead or medium rare, never mind hahaha
I do remember that show, I think that’s where my nickname came from. My sister-in-law started this in the 70’s. My mother-in-law ’s name was also Carolyn, and my middle name is Louise—so therefore, I became Weezie. It has stuck with me all these years!!!!!
Coolio, thanx for the feature "Chris*
Thank you so very much for the feature Marie
Thank you for the feature Wolfepaw
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