At the Auto Wreckers

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At the Auto Wreckers

Post by easypix on Fri Oct 28, 2016 7:49 am

I had some fun with a group of photographers at an auto graveyard last month. Some cars had been parked in a field back in the 70s and a forest grew up around them. It was incredible! Here's a few from that day.

double decker:

DSC_9172 by easypix, on Flickr

Forgotten:

DSC_9253 by easypix, on Flickr

Green:

DSC_9291 by easypix, on Flickr

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Post by Michelle Hebert on Fri Oct 28, 2016 8:28 am

love the last one , you have reflection in the windshield , its perfect . so much fun running running around like that , you love cars , and I love old windows and doors ...
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Post by Lucille on Fri Oct 28, 2016 8:42 am

Double decker with a tree growing right through it.
I like the reflections and the contrast from the fallen leaves of the windshield of forgotten. Perfectly captured!
I'd give anything to drive an old truck like green.
Thank you for sharing these wonderful photographs!
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Post by easypix on Fri Oct 28, 2016 5:14 pm

Michelle Hebert wrote:love the last one , you have reflection in the windshield , its perfect . so much fun running running around like that , you love cars , and I love old windows and doors ...

I do agree there is so much good in anything old. Old doors and windows rock too! thanks for looking and commenting. Smile

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Post by easypix on Fri Oct 28, 2016 5:16 pm

Lucille, there were so many great cars there. You could see how much the owner of this lot liked the old cars . He parked them in rows and carefully on top of each other. Supposedly, he refuses to sell them too. I guess he's a hoarder but hey, at least they are something people can enjoy and photograph.

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Post by Nathalie on Fri Oct 28, 2016 6:59 pm

Very nice! My favorite is #2... its dark.. and the windshield has a ''ghostly'' feel to it... really feels like a graveyard.

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