Whatever Happened to Ol' Buck?

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  1. abraxas

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    I guess that's what you call 'dying on the job eh'! Good find but I'd like to see the top of the wagon, the frame is a bit tight for me.....Soylant Green a great film!
     
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    lol. Good pic but great title ;)
     
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    Funny.
    Is there a human skeleton in the wagon?

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    Worked to death. A couple reasons why the top is cut off. First, is that this was private property that access is heavily restricted to, to protect paleo-indian archaeological sites. Pulling back real far would give away the location. The ranch owner has had problems with trespassers from, the second reason, the modern highway running just above the top of the photo. I hate that stuff in a shot like this. I would have liked to get a higher POV. Too tired, and not crazy enough to stand on the roof of my car.

    Thanks Mohain.

    That would be cool. Thanks.
     

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