Monday, February 05, 2018

Monday Night

Andy | Monday, February 05, 2018 | Best Blogger Tips
A service station that sells much more than just gas for your car.

22 comments:

  1. It are complete shops today with sometimes even a restaurant integrated. Stil a nice atmosphere Andy.

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  2. Nice night atmosphere. I like this photo

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  3. You can get gas and milk at the same stop. Great night shot.

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  4. ...and how much is gas these days?

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  5. Looks almost identical to one in my old neighbourhood in Calgary!

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  6. Muy buena toma nocturna que nos deja la sensaciòn de frio y soledad.. Un saludo :)

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  7. Another of your lovely night shots. We don't have gas stations anymore, but "service" stations where you buy almost anything you need at almost any time of the day or night. When I was much younger, I worked part time at a real gas station. When someone pulled into the pumps, we pumped the gas, washed the windows, checked the oil and the tires. We also fixed flats (outside - this was in Minneapolis and not fun in the winter). And we fixed cars - well, I didn't but we had a mechanic who did. The good old days.

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  8. The classic look of service stations. I remember them just as Lowell described it in his experience. Another great photo from the "nightman" photographer. Well done, Andy!

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  9. Fine night photo. This gas station looks like a modern station from the 1960s or 70s. You pay more for fuel than we do.

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  10. The gas prices up this way are about the same. And the stations pretty much look similar too.

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  11. You are amazing with your night shots!

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  12. Buena toma nocturna, bien captada la luz.

    Saludos.

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  13. convenience and service... it's nice to find it in one place-- :))

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  14. You're a real master of the night shot, Andy. It seems very rare anymore that a gas station only sells gas. I can't recall the last time I saw one without the ubiquitous "convenience store."

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  15. What a lovely Hopperesque image, Andy.

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