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Tuesday, April 30, 2013

April Photo Challenge with 'alilhoohaa -theme-transportation

April Photo Challenge 

theme
Transportation.






Well starting from the beginning of time the earliest mode of transportation has been man's
own legs and feet.

Driven by the electrical sinus node in the heart, the human body took man millions of miles around the
word before the age of the wheel.


Transportation by animal was next for those who had them available.

We live in Kentucky.
Every family has horses here.
Our son raises 
Quarter Horses.

Granddaughter Abby on Scooter.








A child of India, photo taken on a missionary trip to India, stricken by polio still walks like this today.
No medical care for polio there at that time.

Everyday transportation in India, photo taken on a missionary trip to India.








My town is a big tourist town.
Visitors are transported around to the sights by
"Around the Town Carriage."



 
Keeping the lawn nice is a big thing in my residential part of town.

HH (handsome husband) is enjoying his brand new Cub Cadet as a mode of transportation to keep our lawn trim.




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13 comments:

nonamedufus said...

Great pics. I really like the one of your grand daughter and Scooter. Cool.

Mrs. GeoK said...

What a great set of photos. I like the way you mix current pictures with some from the past and then linked them all together with a sweeping historical POV.

Ziva said...

These photos are wonderful. :) The ones from India are really striking.

Vee said...

Oh your HH looks as if he's having a blast on his new Cub. =D

Do you ride horses?

Silke said...

Great photos! Savannah, too, has carriages, but mostly it is filled with walking tourists and bicycling students. It's very refreshing to see! Hugs, Silke

Tami Von Zalez said...

Grand-daughter and Scooter, I give that one two thumbs up!~

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Ima Weed said...

Wow, this was a neat post ! Interesting info and great photos.

P.J. said...

I really like the horse riding one and... actually ...the lawn mower one. Haha. Nice work on this theme this month!

MikeWJ at Too Many Mornings said...

I absolutely love the photo of Abby on Scooter. That looks like good living to me! :)

La Petite Gallery said...

Peggy, Your Grand Daughter is adorible. My Hubby had the mower flip over on him, he was cutting the edge of a hill. SOOOOOO tell him to be carefull..
yvonne

Cheryl said...

Nicely done, Peggy.

lisa said...

NIce progression of transportation! I love the carriage ride shot.

Paul Myers said...

Sorry I'm late in posting to the transportation thread. The joy is evident in your granddaughter's face as she's riding the horse. You've conveyed this joy very well.