“International Scout” © Bonnie Feaster Chapa
Created from an original photo Bonnie Feaster Chapa took in Troy, Texas. (In her sister’s bathroom of a tailgate! Yes, believe it or not) 🙂
In my sister’s bathroom at her house, she has a tailgate of a Scout truck hanging on the wall. I would always see the little swirly squiggly scratch over to the right side on the tailgate and would think of dirt devils rolling across West Texas. Then one day it hit me to take a picture of it and see what I could come up with. Many many months went by….then, finally…..
The rusted out area at the bottom of the tailgate reminded me of a cactus filled fence line in West Texas. Behind that fence in the background there is a ghost town and mountains…..those mountains are the only thing left with the cactus and that dirt devil rolling across the big empty space after the boom and bust of the West Texas oil fields.
Some see it and some don’t, but I promise you, it is there!
Hand signed by Bonnie Feaster Chapa. Art Available At Bonnie Chapa’s Etsy Store Ridin On The Right Side
International Scout © Bonnie Feaster Chapa