Jan 7, 2007

A Closer View...

...for those who asked.





14 comments:

  1. bravo pour ces deux posts. ces vieilles voitures font un superbes sujets. Tres belles photos



    cheer for these two posts. these old cars make superb subjects. Very beautiful photographs

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  2. Great closeups. Very interesting objects that you coudl play a lot with.

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  3. Did anyone figure out the make? I think the top and bottome ones are fords now and am confused at the middle one.

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  4. Great shots - there is something very architectural and apealing about dead cars - last time i went out in the countryside with my camera I ended up just shooting a burned out BMW

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  5. Thanks, Faye! Close-up, they are even more fascinating.

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  6. Love these cars!! Great colors on all these shots.

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  7. Thanks for visiting I agree once a year for the Christams celebrations is enough. I'm having a bit of fun trying to get these figured out....top and bottem cars I believe are 52-54 Fords...possibly Customline or Crown Victoria, the one in the middle is a white 2 dr Mercury Monterey 1952-1954. When I see old cars like this I think of the day that the very first owner brought it home and how proud he must have been.

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  8. ooh, I like them close up (but the first post was great, too ;). The one with the busted hoot looks almost like it could come to life, especially in today's post. Great find!

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  9. Thanks for posting the close ups :)

    All three are great shots. There are some wonderful details on the cars. Also, I like the contrasting colours of the cars and the building.

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  10. Great closeups. I like seeing all the detail and dinks and scratches. The colors come though beautifully.

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  11. Looks like a cool place to take some pictures. Well done.

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  12. Terrific photos so sharp and clear! Makes for great art!

    Wishing you a Happy New Year 2007!

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  13. You've captured some interesting textures!
    the steel bumper still look fine n' shinny despite all these years

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