Today I took a side trip down a road to an area of town where there are countless abandoned vehicle of all types. It’s an interesting place; It’s not your typical wrecking/bone yard where you can go buy parts. All these vehicles are just sitting, rusting, having tress fall on them, and all along the road are painted “Keep Out” signs. There are also signs warning of video surveillance. To me, a car guy, it’s confusing and sad. I can see many classic cars and trucks just rusting more and more each year, and it pulls at my heart strings. I don’t know why someone would want all these vehicles and not restore or sell the parts from them. Or at a minimum sell them for scrap metal.
So today I found a spot that didn’t have any signs and shot a few frames. I could have spent hours, broken out the macro lens, but I didn’t want to risk any more than I had.
This first image is a submission to the photo scavenger hunt I’m participating in; this one is under the entry, “abandoned”. They all could fit that title. The last one may be submitted under another category, depending on what I can think of for it.
36 mm, 1/200 sec, f/8.0, ISO 100 (Abandoned)
55 mm, 1/400 sec, f/8.0, ISO 100 (Fire Truck)
37 mm, 1/60 sec, f/8.0, ISO 100 (Chuck Noris?)