An exploration of the Chattahoochee Valley through the camera lens. The tri-city community consists of Phenix City, Alabama; Columbus, Georgia; and Fort Benning, Georgia. I hope you enjoy your visit.
This is a strange sight, indeed. No where but in Italy can I remember seeing gas pumps this close to the curb. Those were self-serve, I guess, because there was nothing there that looked like a cashier stand. Here in Oregon, one does not pump one's own gas. But then, I don't own a car any longer, nor did I have one when I was in Italy on tour with high school students back in the day when I was a teacher/librarian.
I've never seen pumps on the street like these in this country. I did see this in Paris and was quite taken aback.I do miss the old gas stations when they were gas stations and not mini-marts that sold gas on the side!
That's a very common sight here! I like the treatment of the photo!
I've never seen one so close to the street, but I have seen them without the mini marts and such. Funny in these days of customer service and such that the full service at the pump hardly exists anymore. PS: I believe the blue flower you commented on yesterday is a clematis. :)
Wow, amazing, why do I think there is a law against that on the books someplace.
Do you think the street was widened? Crazy, good shot, Barb!
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