Friday, April 8, 2011

Color Coordinated

In a perfect world, everyone would have a house with a matching convertible!

12 comments:

Gunn said...

I just LOVE this image...... and the CAR!:)

Mister Earl said...

I've seen that car around! Cute house. There's a house on Bonita that was redone several years ago in a dark purple. The owners also had a dark purple car!

Judy Williams said...

Man, I love this. The Valiant surely changed from the 64 one we had the year you were born! Nice matching colors. Heh, maybe that's why we've had lots of white cars the past few years - to match our brick. :)

TGIF

dbdubya said...

I like that car and it's matching house. When the Chieftess moved to the mountains and got a car suitable for the snow she asked that it be any color but white. When asked why, she responded that she didn't want to lose it in the snow. Smart lady.

This photo also shows the South Pasasdena way of traffic calming. No need to install speed bumps - just allow the streets to deteriorate to the point you have no choice but to drive cautiously.

Cafe Pasadena said...

This looks like the new car you bot.

Trish said...

love the pic & the car!

Chieftess is smart---white is certainly hard to find in the snow! Chief--I think you've got the city's plan down pat...deterioration is the key.

and Laurie---NOW I know I grew up in the wrong house! My Cal-Trans orange first car means I should have lived next door to the house I grew up in---the neighbors painted their trim the same stupid color not long after I got the car!!!

Auntie S said...

Wow! Is the car really longer than the living room?? Some car. What a funny photo, love it!

Does the owner park half of his/her car in the garage? Just visiting?

Green Guy said...

I can't tell you how much I love this.

TheChieftess said...

I'm here to tell you...red car in snow equals other people can see me coming in a blizzard!!!

Love the pic Laurie!!! Yep...the perspective/dimensions are perfect!!!

Steffe said...

Now this is a perfect shot.

Anonymous said...

You must have a deal with an old car house in LA. I don't see how you can keep doing these shots unless they are staged.

Laurie said...

Anon, don't give away my secrets! ;-)