October – Out and About

My first pumpkin photo of the season at Lowe’s Hardware of all places.

This is a phone booth that has been in downtown Tulsa for years. There is no phone in it but there is a sign that says it came from Liverpool, England and that likely one of the Beatles may have used it. Yep, sure. There is a geocache in it though.

I went to Tulsa’s Woodward Park to walk around a little. I found this vantage point looking up some stone steps to a long forgotten memorial to William Shakespeare.

I walked up there and saw three blooms laying on the ground so I put them up and took a photo with a Polaroid App on my phone. Here’s to you William!!

Downtown I saw this cool sign, with sign language. I love the explosion of murals in Tulsa and elsewhere.

I’m linking with Our World Tuesday and Ruby Tuesday.

15 thoughts on “October – Out and About

  1. Sallie

    Lovely October! I like your “painting of Woodward Park. Home Depot here’s has the best pumpkin display I’ve seen. Maybe thats just because I spend a fair amount of time just sitting in the car in front of that store …. I am still not sure after all these years why every trip to run “my” errands also involves a stop there for the other person in the car )).

  2. Eileen


    I love all the pumpkins. The park trail and memorial looks nice. The mural is beautiful. I have a photo of me and my friends in London in front of one of the red phones booths. Take care, enjoy your day! Have a great week ahead.

  3. A ShutterBug Explores

    Wonderful composition in your photos ~ pumpkins are eye catching but think all the photos are excellent ~ ^_^

    Live each moment with love,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)
    ps. Angel liked her hug ~ thanks ^_^ ~ hug back to you !

  4. Driller's Place

    I didn’t check our Lowe’s for pumpkins. On a trip to Little Rock to visit the oldest grand daughter we found a great selection at a Walmart.
    It’s my understanding that the crown on that phone booth gives evidence of when it was manufactured. I’ve never done any research on that factoid. Have a blessed week.

  5. Angie

    Alan – love the artistic take in the third photo! My husband is from the UK, so every time I see a red phone box, I get nostalgic for his home!

Comments are closed.