Here's yet another presentation of 'similar but different':
A wagon wheel over at Hubbell Trading Post in AZ. If you live within a couple hundred miles of Gallup, NM, you're not too far from this-it is in Ganado, AZ. I highly recommend making the effort. It is quite like doing time travel and going back to the days of the old west. It was a very active and important trading post back then. It is also a very important historic site (link through provided for the insatiably curious).
I think you can easily pick up on what is similar and what is different! And, no stuffing was involved in the making of this stove top picture...sorry! ; )
And thank to to those who stepped up to continue this beloved meme founded by Tracy down in Brisbane. After last week's announcement of not being able to continue on with it (and we are all grateful for the years and countless hours that you put in, Tracy, that we may indulge in our addiction) I was feeling a bit 'blue' that I would not be able to post and visit my SSS friends. So, I, along with everyone else, am quite delighted and pleased to be able to carry on. I say a toast to all of you who pitched in!
hip, hip, hooray!!!
Every week, a group of us from around the world post our shadow shots over at Shadow Shot Sunday 2. Entertain your muse and be amused by stopping by to see what others have posted! You can view all of my 2010 Shadow Shot Sunday images on my Flickr account. Click here to view them.