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Old Aug 25, 2013, 10:10 AM   #1
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Default A not-quite-stock 29 Ford Coupe

Found this Ford sitting at the edge of a field at a nearby conservation area called Rattlesnake Point. Doubt there has been a rattlesnake spotted here in over 50 years. It was late in the day and the car was really picking up the green cast from the lawn and trees. Shot with my vintage E-PL1 and the Mk 1 kit lens. Posted in ASP









Like I said not quite stock.
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Nice shots and good color.
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good, Good & GOODER, it is a word.... I just invented it; it means what it says.
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G'day KC

Yeah mate - very definitely the sort of family car for a qwik run down the shops for bread & milk ..... !

ps- love BBs definitions too
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VERY nice shot
Great colors
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Old Aug 25, 2013, 9:36 PM   #6
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Thanks for the comments. Getting a white balance that still looked natural was a challenge.
It was interesting to come out of the woods to find this car just sitting on its own like this. The owners had ventured over a hill to catch the last of the sun. It does make for a nice grocery getter
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Really enjoyed those shots; both the photography and the subject. Well done.
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