Now Reya, this is spooky. I was just reading an article about advertising symbolism and how Chevy, and others, use that type of symbol as a "portal" encouraging people to enter it...the Chevy experience. Wowza. That's like energy crossing paths in a very odd way. VERY.
Seeing that Chevy symbol makes me want to sing the "See the USA in your Chevrolet" song. I can still hear Dinah Shore and I'll bet I know all the words! Can anyone else say that?
"can anyone else say that?" I can: a few weeks ago, I even posted Dinah singing it!Reya, I love this photo and the way Jake is pointing in the direction set by the symbol. Beautiful.
Much as I love autumn I am a wee bit jealous of all that spring fever followed by summer.At least the mosquitoes leave during winter time.
glad you're enjoying lovely springness
Cube - What's really weird is that I thought about naming the post "The Chevy Experience." Wow.Yes, Hele - I love the "no bug" season. And I love fall, too. It's so weird, and so cool, to be on opposite sides of the seasons!Barbara, Lee - yes the Chevy song, yes. You know I had a dear friend named Chevy who died last summer, too. All hail the mighty Chevy!
Dinah Shore! LOL. Remember her variety show?I like the way the forsythia almost matches the Chevy symbol. And then there's the warm, gold-beige coat of Jake. A happy photo all around!
Yes the golden chevy does match the golds of spring--blazing like the forsythia Jake has a "Quest into Springtime" look about him.
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