This week brings the theme A Taste of Vintage. Wine was the first thought, but that was too obvious. The other reason I didn't choose wine is because I've taken a lot of photos of alcoholic beverages. I don't want to give the impression that I was a heavy drinker. I do belong to a wine club that send bottles to me every other month so it would not be hard to do, just trite. Gainey Winery in the Santa Inez Valley is where I have my membership. I love the Santa Inez Valley. I digress...
I thought I would visit a prop lot (a lot where props for stage and film are kept) in West Hollywood and see what vintage I could find. So, I got up on Sunday morning and headed for the prop lot. I love the morning light, and this was a good day for it. I love Sunday mornings because it is quite and fewer people are out and about. I did run into a few homeless leaving the sleeping place for their morning place.
When I arrive, the lot is still closed but the items behind the bars peeped through at who ever passed by and silently winked to be noticed. As I looked at them through the fence there were cramped and in each others way. I snapped a few photos of the items of vintage could reach through the tight space. But I still felt there was more to be taken in this compact lot. I looked and looked and was not satisfied. I looked up and there he was, towering above everything was a god. Neptune to the Romans and Poseidon to the Greeks, the god of the sea was standing above everything with spear in hand battling one the might sea creatures. Can you say old? Or is it vintage?
I took a few other photos as I said and if you'd like to see them you can at my flickr site. Let me know what you think.