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Old Jan 3, 2012, 8:34 PM   #1
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Default 50's Chevy in the sticks

Literally...if it wasn't for winter time and no leaves on the trees I would never have seen this truck. I always wonder what the stories are...why was this truck left where it is?

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Old Jan 3, 2012, 9:58 PM   #2
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Great shot.

A couple of years ago I drove down a lonely road in an area with a lot of sand dunes, etc. Came across an early 50's Chevy by the side of this almost abandoned road. Looked like it had been there for decades . It was wadded almost into a square piece of metal. often wondered how it got that way (bad accident, no doubt) and looked like whoever was in the car...must of been injured.

How it got that far, down a non maintained road in the middle of nowhere is a mystery.
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Well done, Mandy!
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Great shot.

A couple of years ago I drove down a lonely road in an area with a lot of sand dunes, etc. Came across an early 50's Chevy by the side of this almost abandoned road. Looked like it had been there for decades . It was wadded almost into a square piece of metal. often wondered how it got that way (bad accident, no doubt) and looked like whoever was in the car...must of been injured.

How it got that far, down a non maintained road in the middle of nowhere is a mystery.
It always makes you wonder doesn't it? Thanks for viewing and commenting.
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Nice lighting. It would make for a textbook example of HDR I think while still looking very natural.
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Nice lighting. It would make for a textbook example of HDR I think while still looking very natural.
I agree. It's fun to go all out grunge, but it's nice to keep it a bit more on the real side as well. Thanks for your comment.
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