Thursday, January 31, 2008

Sunday, January 27, 2008

Big daddy El Camino

Spotted on Ringgold Road.

Thursday, January 24, 2008

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Monday, January 21, 2008

Rusty = rustic

An old pump at an abandoned station about 45 minutes northeast of Chattanooga.

Kind of writes its own caption.

Does airspace count?

This is kind of Chattanooga, I guess. It's the air. It's still a neat photo from my camera phone.

Book signing.

The author of Memoirs of a Geisha stopped by Rock Point Books at 4th and Broad to sign copies of his book.

We've been discovered again.

A model of the Nina, one of Columbus's ships, visited Ross's Landing for school tours. I managed to get a shot of the masts right at sunset.

Not all that's British is gold...

This poor sap was left pondering the finer points of Bosch injection systems on MLK in evening traffic. That Jag is a looker, though.

A nugget in the afternoon commute.

It says "TRUBRIT". :) Nice blonde lady behind the wheel, as well. Spotted on Amnicola Highway.

Smart traffic solution.

My friend Phil's Smart car, imported from The Continent. Spotted on 6th Street between Market and Broad. I didn't know it was his at the time Ray and I discovered it.

Modern art?

The Hunter Museum of Modern Art has a magnetic poetry exhibit that visitors can play with.

Car on a light pole!

It might be hard to tell from the picture, but that's an Accord Coupe with its front wheels completely off the ground. The front bumper is on top of the concrete light pole support. I'm not sure how this happened, but I saw it one morning while picking up some BBQ supplies.

Spotted in October - Lambo Hotness

Here's the dirt ( and here's the hotness on a nice Gallardo I spotted a while back at the Huddle House in Hixson. Brought to you courtesy of that 10-10-220 guy that owns everything cool and exotic in Chattanooga.

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