Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Fort Davis


Fort Davis, Texas in the 1950s.

36 comments:

GMSoccerPicks said...

The good old days...

nowaysj said...

Simpler, more human, but maybe less so?

From Broadway said...

Love pictures from back in the day and this one's just great!

hommakesgames said...

Yeah I love old pictures like this, something about the muted colours make them seem kind of unreal, and even more so for black and white photos...like it's from a movie or something not real life

Antorelo said...

Gracias por entrar y comentar en mi blog Tijerasdepael. He echado un vistazo al tuyo y me parece estupendo. Me quedo por aquí.
Saludos

@nne said...

thanks for following me! @nne

JuniorPoltergeist said...

The good old Days, Beautiful

Viitoebe said...

"The good old days..."
What else can I say?

Núcleo de Jovens said...

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Lonely said...

Everything is very beautiful..! Well done..:-)
Kisses..!

j. littlejohn said...

this photo says so much it's ridiculous

Tony Van Helsing said...

Let's all live in the '50s. I bet it doesn't look like that now.

Ульяна said...

very beautiful....

Harmony said...

Main Street, Fort Davis today:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/khowaga/2883067437/lightbox/

ANNIE e RÔ said...

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Jerrick C. said...

there's something just so alluring from those older times I guess anytime there's more of a sense of possibility optimism and naivete people will find it atractive. I know I do

hoaks2 said...

Cool stuff man.

dimitri said...

This pictures is so lovely.
Simple, very stylish.

Leni said...

Ich mag deine FotoAuswahl. Hat irgendwie was.
Liebe Grüße
xx leni

Isac Carvalho said...

Hi Harry!

Thank you for following for me!

Bye!

Gil Façanha said...

Thanks for your visit. A hug and take care.

Harija said...

Neat blog and great post!

Wanna follow each other and also ENTER to win one of three giveaways!

BigOryx said...

i love that pic, has so much character

ds said...

You have a truly eclectic blog. Thanks for following me. I shall do likewise.

Friko said...

That's weird, I cam here a day or two ago to look your blog over but didn't leave a comment.
Mainly because I didn't know what to say about a picture of a Texan town in the 50s.

I was going to come back and comment when I could say something. And then you appear as a follower on my poetry blog.

The poetry blog doesn't follow anyone or comment; only Friko's World does that. Come and have a look there, if you like.

S.A.D.E.FILIAL VILLA MARIA said...

¡Excelente! Saludos

Renato S. Oliveira said...

Olá, já estou lhe seguindo!
Muito interessante seu blog, gosto de conhecer outros lugares além do Brasil, inclusive o México!
Até mais

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braddstudios.com said...

Just lovely.

Duncan D. Horne said...

I noticed you followed my blog, so thank you. I hope it proves useful to you. I've browsed your blog and you present some interesting images!

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Michelle Fayard said...

I'm crazy about vintage photos, and this one has beautiful lighting. I'm glad to be a new follower; thank you for following Bird's-eye View!

The Bending Enthusiast said...

Great picture! following

Carlos Galeon said...

Antiguamente se llamaba "Painted Comanche Camp". En la actualidad, ninguno de sus 1,200 habitantes es indio.

Slamdunk said...

I enjoy looking at old scenic photos--thanks for posting.

I am happy to say that a couple towns in our rural area still look like this one--though maybe greener without that hot Texas sun.

Meg said...

oh i love old pictures, so fantastic.

S.A.D.E.FILIAL VILLA MARIA said...

¡Muy bueno!Saludos.

Hamires Cristine said...

I was born at the wrong decade ... Maybe the wrong century ... = D

By the way ... Do you really read my blog? In portuguese? Even if you translate through Google, I write much poetry, you know, and probably after the automatic translation, the meanings get lost a bit ...

Still, it's extremely exciting you following my blog! If I had sufficient English language ability, I would translate, you know ... I've thought about it several times. Some day I'll probably do it. Would be good I myself do this because the poems remain with the original meaning. =)

But, gee! Your blog is really great, too, man! I'm following. See you around ...

Super hug!

 
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