Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Old Truck




Out driving on a country road, I came upon this old truck ~ secure behind a tall fence. 








24 comments:

  1. i like the sepia. makes it an old treasure.

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  2. Looks like they didn't want the old dear to wander off. :D

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  3. Your sepia photo is the ideal setting for this handsome old truck.

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  4. That is a neat find for a good photo. I know a lot of collectors who would love to get that old truck. LOL

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  5. Those kinds of things spark my imagination. (Abandoned vehicles, decaying barns, and empty houses)
    Nice, Inger.

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  6. love that you took this in Sepia - it gives it so much mystery - where did that truck go in its lifetime? why is it fenced in like that? who owns it?

    love it!

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  7. Neat picture, but heck! That truck isn't old! My hubby has a 1930 Model A truck... now THAT'S old. (For a truck.)

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  8. I love the feeling the sepia tone gives this photo!!

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  9. Inger,

    Benny Corgipants doesn't have a blog but if you'are on Facebook, join his Facebook page. His mom writes the cutest things about his adventures. You can also read about him today on the blog, The Daily Corgi.

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  10. i like old cars and trucks much more than the new ones.. and the sepia makes this really look old.

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  11. Trucks like that can be valuable restored. Might be a good idea to keep it safe.

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  12. Love this, Inger! Which reminds me... we just took a picture of an old car last week on our outing that I meant to post...
    Hope you're having a great week. Gracie says give Samson a nudge and a hug for her.

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  13. Wonder where it rambles . . .
    -g-

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  14. Cool bild i sephia!!
    Kram o ha en svensk nationaldag !!

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  15. Love these old abandoned trucks! Something so grand and wise about them. What a good photo, Inger!

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  16. Love this photo! If only the headlights could talk.

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  17. I love the feeling you have captured in this photograph.

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Thanks for leaving a comment.. ~~ Inger

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