Through the Window #42—Reflections

Looking through a window at the Hill Buggy & Wagon Co. on Thirteenth and Main in Lynchburg, Virginia…The antiques inside meld with the buildings and traffic on the street.

© 2012/ D L Ennis

Through the Window #28—The People in the Glass

Through the Window #28—The People in the Glass

Looking through a window at the Hill Buggy & Wagon Co. on Thirteenth and Main in Lynchburg, Virginia…The antiques inside meld with the reflections of buildings and city workers across the street.

© 2009 D L Ennis, All rights reserved.

NOTE: Permission for the use of my images is granted for personal websites and blogs but is to include a link back to this site and proper credit given to me, D L Ennis. Link to be used…(Visual Thoughts https://dlennis.wordpress.com/)

NOTE: Commercial use, and the creation of prints, must be purchased! For more information you can contact me here.

My project site. http://dlennisphotoartproject.wordpress.com/

Through the Window #27—Ghostcycle

Through the Window #27—Ghostcycle

Looking through a window at the Hill Buggy & Wagon Co. on Thirteenth and Main in Lynchburg, Virginia…The antiques inside meld with the buildings across the street.

© 2009 D L Ennis, All rights reserved.

NOTE: Permission for the use of my images is granted for personal websites and blogs but is to include a link back to this site and proper credit given to me, D L Ennis. Link to be used…(Visual Thoughts https://dlennis.wordpress.com/)

NOTE: Commercial use, and the creation of prints, must be purchased! For more information you can contact me here.

My project site. http://dlennisphotoartproject.wordpress.com/

Through the Window #26—Time Shift

Through the Window #26—Time Shift

Looking through a window at the Hill Buggy & Wagon Co. on Thirteenth and Main in Lynchburg, Virginia…The antiques inside meld with the buildings across the street.

© 2009 D L Ennis, All rights reserved.

NOTE: Permission for the use of my images is granted for personal websites and blogs but is to include a link back to this site and proper credit given to me, D L Ennis. Link to be used…(Visual Thoughts https://dlennis.wordpress.com/)

NOTE: Commercial use, and the creation of prints, must be purchased! For more information you can contact me here.

My project site. http://dlennisphotoartproject.wordpress.com/

Through the Window #24—Classics

Through the Window #24—Classics

Looking through a window at the Hill Buggy & Wagon Co. on Thirteenth and Main in Lynchburg, Virginia…The antiques inside meld with the buildings across the street.

© 2009 D L Ennis, All rights reserved.

NOTE: Permission for the use of my images is granted for personal websites and blogs but is to include a link back to this site and proper credit given to me, D L Ennis. Link to be used…(Visual Thoughts https://dlennis.wordpress.com/)

NOTE: Commercial use, and the creation of prints, must be purchased! For more information you can contact me here.

My project site. http://dlennisphotoartproject.wordpress.com/

Through the Window #22—Thirteenth & Main

Through the Window #22—Thirteenth & Main

Looking through a window at the Hill Buggy & Wagon Co. on Thirteenth and Main in Lynchburg, Virginia…The antiques inside meld with the buildings across the street.

I know my “Through the Window Project” is not to everyone’s taste but I am preparing this series of images for print for a show I have been invited to do, and also want to have them on my project site. http://dlennisphotoartproject.wordpress.com/

© 2009 D L Ennis, All rights reserved.

NOTE: Permission for the use of my images is granted for personal websites and blogs but is to include a link back to this site and proper credit given to me, D L Ennis. Link to be used…(Visual Thoughts https://dlennis.wordpress.com/)

NOTE: Commercial use, and the creation of prints, must be purchased! For more information you can contact me here.

Hill Buggy & Wagon Co.

Hill Buggy & Wagon Co.

The “Hill Buggy & Wagon Co.” on Main Street in Lynchburg, Virginia is where this antique car and many others can be found. Notice at the bottom of the window an antique large scale model train locomotive and coal car…

I don’t know exactly how long the “Hill Buggy & Wagon Co.” has been in the old building it is in but on the sign with the name of the company it says, “Buggies Wagons Harnesses.”

© 2008 D L Ennis, All rights reserved.

NOTE: Permission for the use of my images is granted for personal websites and blogs but is to include a link back to this site and proper credit given to me, D L Ennis. Link to be used…(Visual Thoughts https://dlennis.wordpress.com/)

NOTE: Commercial use, and the creation of prints, must be purchased! For more information you can contact me here.