Shiny and Rusty... PAD #1091

I choose this photo for The April Challenge because of what I saw between the faucet and the screw. I also like the way the knob looks and it is very detailed.

While this is part of the ‘Estate’ I photographed it also because this will be fixed and replaced very soon as the area where this is located is in the middle of an awesome overhaul. I can’t wait to put up some photos of the new panels that my Dad designed and built based on the old design. Big changes are going on and I can’t wait to see what Dad comes up with. Already some great improvements have occurred. We should have much better fuel efficiency next winter, which is a great thing because oil is insanely high.

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4 Responses to “Shiny and Rusty… PAD #1091”

  1. BillyWarhol says:

    Yeah I heard even Diesel Oil is Insanely High – even More than Gas!!

    Something is Screwy there* + the Audacity of the Oil Execs to plow NONE of their Billions back into Production – what a Bloody Joke*

    BillyWarhol’s last blog post..The sun’s rim dips ; the stars rush out ; At one stride comes the dark.

  2. Dad (Grandfather) says:

    Yeah Drew, that shiny faucet is the best looking part that whole side. Thanks for the faith in me to get it looking good again.

  3. Drew says:

    Greed makes people forget that there are people in need. The oil conglomerates are sucking us all dry and reaping huge windfalls in profits. It is sick.

  4. Drew says:

    The Faucet really stood out for me yesterday. I did take it because I know what is coming and of course I have faith in what you will create. There are examples of your work all throughout our home but also many places in the area that I can point out and say that my Dad built that. Just wait till you can teach Eva to swing a hammer, she’ll probably nail straighter than I ever did.