2/2/11

A ShootOut With The Duke

Wednesday Focus on Photography

A few days ago, before the weather turned COLD, NeatONikon and I hit the Junk Shop Jackpot while
on a quest to Photograph Collections for an Entry In My Town Friday ShootOut.

The Duke...An American Icon whose Memorabilia is a highly sought after Collectible. 
These poster/photos were displayed thrown in among the junk treasures. 
These Straight Out Of The Camera Shots required no Editing....Way To Shoot, NeatONikon!

What fun, and after filling a ScanDisk and changing batteries twice, I left the Junk Treasure Shop Trap with a camera full of photos, a set of FireKing Christmas Dishes, a TeaPot and Tulip Candle Stick! 
It was a Good Day!

9 comments:

  1. I have ONE BIG FAN of John Wayne. He thinks he is John Wayne. Wrong!!! I love your post. It is a joy to visit your blog.
    xo
    Betty

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  2. Can't wait to see your goodies.I'm a huge fan of John Wayne. My mother had a secret thing for him. She never missed one of his movies. Even watched them several times in one day. Of course my favorite movie is The Quiet Man!~Ames

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  3. I will definitely show this post to my husband. He was just talking about John Wayne the other day.

    I want to see Fire King Christmas dishes.

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  4. Definitely a good day, Sue!

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  5. What an icon!
    My Great Dane has a lot in common with the best of the Duke - he's a stoic and strong and it's standing him in good stead right now.

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  6. Wow, good day is an understatement! It's 25 below here and I'm not going anywhere except in front of the fire!

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  7. oh I love John Wayne...those are great photos...

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  8. You did hit the jackpot! My father collects John Wayne movies and it is fun to sometime go over and get a couple and spend some time watching. The good guy always wins which is the way it should be! Have a great week and STAY WARM!
    Denis

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  9. This is another great American hero. I miss the days goneby. They were truly fun and so decent and wholesome. Ah...Anne

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