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16 comments:

Kip said...

Gosh... A couple of close-up shots of the window and truck body could yield some great textures to blend in to portraits. Love the character of this beast and you captured it beautifully.

Tabitha (From Single to Married) said...

What great photos of that poor old truck - you really brought it to life! So much so that it makes me sad for the poor thing just sitting there. :)

Fresh Mommy said...

These look wonderful!! I haven't touched mine yet. Gorgeous colors!

:)
~Tabitha~

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Christopher said...

We have a place called Old Car City near by. I keep meaning to go shoot it one day. This may give me the push I need. These are great.

CraigM said...

These look fantastic, especially like the close up on the windscreen. Great work.

Gerri said...

Wow. Awesome colors!

hellosweetworld said...

Great photos!

antoinettemariew@blogspot.com said...

looks like 'mater' from 'cars'...waiting to hear the voice of that cable guy comin out...thanks for the encouraging words, i really appreciate and need them right now! blessings...

Tricia Nugen said...

Great shots! Love the close ups!

EYES WIDE SHUT said...

A superb collection of images which serve as a wonderful window on it's current situation and memory of it's former glory.

Beautifully observed and presented

Jenny in Utah said...

Ohhhh ... I LOVE THESE ... that old truck is a treasure, isn't it? So much to say ... absolutely beautiful captures!

Vanessa said...

Love everything about these...the colors, the angles, the perspective Brilliant!

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Kelly said...

those are such cool pics!

Karin said...

Oh my goodness, these are simply marvelous! I've never seen such funky automobile images!!!

Summer said...

i love this one. It reminds me of my dad. He loved old trucks like this, and yet he could always see the beauty in them. Kind of like this picture. I love it. Love. It!