City Geometries, the Odd Ruin, and Some Genealogical Burrowing
These photos are wonderful, each one would have so many stories to tell.I can only imagine the pride the very first owners of these vehicles felt, then as they changed owners, more and more stories would have been added.
Arrested Decay!Nice photo'sJoanny
How true. Wonderful photos. Like writing on the backs of photos.. what a pity the history is never known.
the first one is more compelling as nature seems bent on eradicating its existence.:/~HUGZ
Love that first one. Reminds me of several old american films.
The funny thing is that these vehicles all look as if they are right where they belong. I'd hate to think that someone might move them. They are also beautifully photographed.
Did people really just leave these where they are? It's so sad to me. BUT, they provide subjects for interesting photographs. Ah, the stories they could tell....
I nearly missed these which would have been such a dreadful shame as they are glorious photographs.
As long as the relics they stumble across aren't us! LOL
Ha! Thank you, Alan! Can I quote you? ;-)
The last one is my favorite, but they're all just lovely.