If that title doesn’t draw you in I don’t know what will.
After yesterday’s post about balance, Friday I decided to take care of some items on that lengthy to-do list I’ve got going. I went to get my car inspected since it was due last month, but there wasn’t one photo opportunity in that auto shop that I could find. However, I got more photo opportunities at the Firestone dealer I had to visit when my car failed inspection due to four worn-out tires (I knew they were bad, but I didn’t think they were fail-car-inspection bad). This place provided a few interesting shots (very few), so I thought I’d share them.
They said I needed four, but I’m a rebel so I only got three
This Firestone dealer is in a little old building off of what at one time was a small-town main drag, so it’s all homey and nice, with French doors everywhere, and a wraparound porch with rocking chairs. Of course I didn’t take any photos of that stuff, because I was too busy being fascinated by the bathroom, which was the HUGEST auto shop waiting room bathroom I have ever seen. I tried to get some pics that would accurately represent its scale, but they kinda don’t and they’re boring so I’m not going to post those. But I did get this cool pic of its glass brick window; I love how the light shone through just enough to create that contrast with the wall.:
Those fragrance sticks had no scent left whatsoever. Still, pretty window.
And I liked the pics I took of the overhead fixture in there too – the tungsten light gave the shot a nice warm glow, and I didn’t have to edit it to get this tone (although I did edit a bit, I didn’t change the tone of original):
I know it’s just a light fixture, but in my defense, tires are expensive so my mind was elsewhere
That’s all I got really. Except that I did also listen to a few sessions of a lecture series on treating anxiety that I signed up for back in June and never accessed. Hopefully I learned something I can use tomorrow when I pick up my car and get the bill.
I love that red truck and the light fixture very pretty
Thanks Lana 🙂
That light fixture is gorgeous. I’m gonna have to start looking at light fixtures more because apparently I’ve been missing out on some things.
Once you start, you’ll find yourself hanging out in auto shop restrooms for way too long, staring at light fixtures…then the shop owners are looking at you all crazy when you come out after 20 minutes. Just a heads-up about that.
Such drudgery turned into such “fun”…. Made my day !!