Momma’s Toy Published: April 2, 2009 (Updated: July 21, 2020) in Bexar County Line, Sky Friday by Kramer Wetzel. Sky Friday. Comments I love your picture. I love San Antonio. Great photo. The sky looks almost aqua. Sharon Love those SkyWatch pictures with a twist. Wouldn’t you like to meet “Momma”? an interesting shot! Yes indeed, quite the SkyWatch photo with a twist! 😉 Interesting skyline, and even more interesting vehicle. Nice clear blue sky and great momma’s toy.. 😉 […] if there was a link-back, like this. Coin Laundry. Coastal Bend. House of Tapes. Breakfast Tacos. Momma’s Toy (personal favorite of the series). Mission Drive-in (another personal […] […] the vehicle. Get out. I, for one, am guilty of taking pictures while driving. However, I tend to not do that anymore. Makes for erratic driving, which then tends to cause much […] […] I like to catalog the strange, the absurd, the irrational. I tend to gather up little inconsistencies and idiosyncrasies as […] […] (and awe) of — one was a mid-70′s, maybe a Monte Carlo, I’m not sure, with “Momma’s Toy” across the back glass. I captured it in the middle of the street with San Antonio’s […] […] This is San Antonio No single image captures the heart and soul of the area, in my mind than this accidental image. […] […] car culture in San Antonio, more than any place I’ve ever lived, the car culture reigns supreme. In part, it’s my location, adjacent to downtown, just shy of the South Side, […] […] Momma’s Toy is an example of what that site was originally intended as. […] […] just seen my first new F-type on the street. Bright red. Although I’m no longer any kind of car-guy, I was curious and the distinctive shape? I knew it was old-school British iron – with a new […] […] Although, the grinning skull? That would be kind of cool, no? […] […] would think the best would be something like Momma’s Toy — a single image that captures incipient South Town, the Tower, and Car Culture, all in a single […] […] gritty noise, a little too subdued. Nothing can really effectively match that type of sound except old, American iron. Likewise, in Virgo, nothing can match that special essence that only a Virgo can […] Comments are closed.