1939 Ford Deluxe

This is a 1939 Ford Deluxe… Copyright © 2012/ D L Ennis

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Accident in the Rain

You can never be too careful when driving, especially on a rainy evening…

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Crossing the James River Trestle

A short train with a caboose crossing the James River trestle into Lynchburg, Virginia…

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Two city workers and a Homeless Man

Two city workers working on a walk sign as a homeless man walks by on Main Street in Lynchburg, Virginia…

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A Portrait of Three

A portrait of the three owners of White Hart Café standing around the coffee roasting machine…I’m taking pictures for their website.

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The Old Farmhouse

An old farmhouse sits off a back road in Amherst County, Virginia…

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The Chase

I was on a winding hilly back road when I heard a train and I raced to get to a crossing before the train got there. It was an Amtrak train and was doing 90 to 100 MPH. As I rounded the last bend before the crossing I saw the train had beat me there so I quickly held the camera up to the windshield and shot, hoping for a useable image.

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