The American Midwest - Rusting Cars

Renair

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Found all these in the same field!
Buick.jpg

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Doomed.jpg

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Rusting-Blue.jpg

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Rusting-Classic.jpg

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Rusting-Truck.jpg

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Your-Blue-Car.jpg

6

Coming Soon - New York City
 

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There is something about junk cars and abandoned buildings that has always fascinated me and this group of cars is fantastic, though I might have adjusted the contrst on the first two. My favorite of them all is #5, I'm an absolute pushover for old pickup trucks, rusting or not. ..lol
 

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# 6 is my fav. I like the blue on the car...it matches the beautiful midwestern sky!

Where did you visit exactly? Come thru Kansas???
 

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Nice series and good find. Thanks for sharing.
 

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awesome. hope you enjoyed your visit.
 

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Nice. :thumbup:
 

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Great shots! I think the ones in color are better though
 

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Very nice, though I would've used a wider aperture to reduce the depth of field. The background is distracting with the other junk cars.
 

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