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I might stop in to Wendy's for a breakfast sandwich if I were there.
I love the interesting textures of the trees on the right.
Neat view through the trees.I see Highway 200 on your Ocala Google map, which I enlarged to see that it is also called SW 64th Lane Road, then South Pine Avenue, North Pine Avenue, NW Wire Road...but I just could not find that Wendy's!
I like those trees. Old and big!
Nice composition. I like looking at the roadway through that imporessive stand of tree trunks to the right.Wendy's was started in Columbus, Ohio, where I worked for the last six years.
Wendy's in the park!
sight for sore eyes!
j'aime bien le traitement, mais je ne comprends pas le titre par rapport à la photo
That's probably the prettiest Wendy's location I've seen!
Through the windshield, eh?I like all the trees and would you believe that I have never been to a Wendy's. True story. But I can live with it. MB
That's the kind of highway I like. Maybe without the Wendy's, but I guess it's 'her' or the Golden Arches.
Nice place among the trees!To-day, it's not easy for me to write in english.Eventually, can I write in french sometimes ? In 1986, I spent one month in San Francisco ? It was very difficult for me to understand american people... Have a good time, Jacob.
Excellent composition, beautiful trees.
I love these trees!HUGE!Léia
Looks like a nice street, and you can stop by for a frosty.
I do know those skaters, Jacob.
Peaceful atmosphere. I like it.
Yes, I know them fairly well but no this is not a portrait of Mr. and Mrs. Brattcat. I couldn't get Mr. Brattcat on iceskates if I staked our marriage on it.
I like the trees too. No shortage of places to eat around there!
Oh Wendy's sounds good right now, especially a Wendy's Frosty... YuMmY!!! =)
Love this perspective
I love the long, statuesque lines of the tree trunks-- coupled with the long, statuesque line of a Wendy's sign!
I'm just about dying.... Well done, friends ;-)
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