Gas Station Assignment

I’ve joined a photography group where we share photos, thoughts and critiques. The organizer also assigns specific subjects to shoot, which I find great as it makes me go out and see what I normally would not look at! The latest assignment was Gas Stations. I was having a problem thinking of something “artistic” to shoot at a gas station until someone reminded me of an old, no longer functioning, gas station in Yaphank. I’ve gone a few days to shoot but was not inspired by anything I had captured…UNTIL I went out in the rain yesterday.

When was the last time gasoline was 15 cents a gallon? The closest I could find was 1931
A very old air pump
Shot through a very dirty and wet window.

Published by Judy Lindo

Hello. Nice to meet you, well virtually anyway. I love being outdoors whenever possible, I enjoy making photographs, be it a flower, a landscape or some street photography...it is my escape and my right brain nurturing. The purpose of this blog is to share with you moments I have enjoyed, places I have visited and images that I hope will bring a smile to your day. Feel free to comment, sign up for email notification of my posts or email me. Thank you for visiting

One thought on “Gas Station Assignment

  1. Beautiful images! Amazing textures and layering! Even through a dirty wet window, your shot highlighted the oily old motor oil containers! ⭐️

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