Saturday, December 30, 2017

Stuck On You

Andy | Saturday, December 30, 2017 | | Best Blogger Tips
The owner just might be a leftover from the Hippie Generation.

19 comments:

  1. I have well known this time of hippies and the title of your photo speaks to me of course. As for the vehicle, it is completely the style of this time

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  2. That must have cost him a lot of time to decorated the whole car! It is all handpainted I think.

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  3. There is a very little border between nice and shit but this one is still on the right side of the border.

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  4. ...oh, there are a lot of us around.

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  5. I like to (Photo)capture stickers around different towns I visit. If I spotted this car I did not have to walk around so much :-)

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  6. That is so organized and planned...I imagine an artist, not a hippie. :)

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  7. Maybe they own the shop in the background with the tie-dye shirts. No matter, I like it.

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  8. At least he has no problem finding his vehicle in a large parking lot!

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  9. I would expect it's been in the same hands a very long time!

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  10. I think you might be right! It looks like something out of the 60's.

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  11. This van must be owned by a character. Have not seen one like this in many decades.

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  12. The owner is probably very proud of his mini van. I would be.
    Andy, may 2018 will be the best year ever for you and your family!
    I enjoy your street photography.

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  13. Interesting! I like how there is peace sign near the middle finger sign....gotta cover all the gestures! lol

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  14. That's very colourfully decorated, I kinda like it.

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  15. Colorissimi in questa vivace auto
    Auguri di buon anno,silvia

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  16. The houses behind look like Yorkville when the hippies lived there :)

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    1. I took this photo in Kensington Market.

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