For my first image into todays Ragtag Daily Prompt called truck I thought I would start off with an image of a Ford Truck on Route 66 at Hackberry.


Of course every truck has to have a truck-stop.  So again another image from Hackberry.

Truck Stop

Well they are the obvious things for truck.. but today I learnt that a truck can also be a wooden disc at the top of a ship’s mast or flagstaff, with holes for halyards to slide through.  So there is nothing like a tall ship that was moored at North Greenwich when the tall ships race was on back in 2014.

Tall Ships

Have a good weekend everyone and happy snapping!!!!  Well it is going to rain on Saturday here in the South East of England.. so it might mean a little trip out on Sunday to get more images to process.  Where we’ll go I don’t know.  But I am sure I can find somewhere to visit.

12 responses to “RDP Friday: TRUCK”

  1. These are beautiful photos, breathtaking, I love the second one at the truck stop and the ships are magical

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    1. Thank you very much… Have a great weekend xx


  2. I didn’t think of other trucks. Well done Bren. So many truck ideasare coming to mind now….bugger 🙂

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    1. Thank you xx do another post 🤣🤣🤣


  3. I liked the wonderful light in the first two photos.

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  4. I thought I recognized the signage ~ you really captured Hackberry well.

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    1. Thank you very much xx It was a lovely place to visit.


  5. beautiful photos. I love the old sailing ships!!

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  6. this blog is very nice …

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