Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Double Luck

Found at Valley Forge National Park.


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10 comments:

  1. No matter how old and rusty, luck is still luck. Especially when it's double.

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  2. I love old horse shoes. :)

    But...where are the links? I can´t fidn them. :(

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  3. Thanks for the mention Becky. Love the simplicity of the two horse shoes, gorgeous texture!

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  4. I love the weathered wood and the rust

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  5. We have a horse shoe hanging upside down on our entry door, not necessarily for luck, but to remember the beginning of us. Ray and I went horseback riding {remember that post?} in NY on our honeymoon. While there, they were painting on horseshoes for the visitors {obviously, not free}....we had one made with our last name and the year. Of course, the letters were painted so that you would hang the horseshoe upside down {meaning good luck}.

    I really like this shot!

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  6. I love the rusty weathered look of them and the texture of the chipped paint!

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  7. i've seen home decor made from horseshoe.:p i like the country feel of this photo.

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  8. As a child I loved to watch the blacksmith put on the horse shoe!

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  9. I still don´t see any link list. :(

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  10. What a great title for this shot Rebecca. Have a wonderful weekend!

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