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Out to Pasture

Out to Pasture
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Copyright: Bob Shannon (eqshannon) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 342 W: 6 N: 399] (1887)
Genre: Places
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2008-10-15
Categories: Transportation
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2008-12-13 11:03
Viewed: 1384
Points: 20
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
We were waaaay out in the middle of nowhere...no houses....no nothing..but maybe a few rattlesnakes and then pops up this small line of junkers...Looks like they have been there a long long time..

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good capture!
i like the simplicity of the picture.
the cars don't belong into the landscape,
well done!
TFS ingrid

buena composición y buen fondo...saludos

Hi Bob,
nice to meet you also here ...
This shot is realy made at the end of the world?!? What a strange place - everybody left this place? The cars have done their jobs - now they can rest here, what a motive!
I like it, thanks and greetings
Sabine - wishnugaruda

Hello Bob,

A very interesting and well composed shot with sharp details and a good choice of the panoramic format.
The details are outstanding even if I do not approve of their location! This is man's impact on Nature!

Kind regards,
Bev :-)

Ciao Bob, beautiful and original composition with old cars in splendid landscape, very well done, ciao Silvio

Hi Bob,

The point of view leads our eyes pass the cars toward the line of trees in the background which is giving depth to the photo. The picture is clear and sharp. The light is enhancing the colors of the scenery. Have a nice day.


Fascinating shot Bob! Kind of sad in a way.
Good wide angle and focus throughout.
Good to see you again!
- Vincent

Interesting, Bob. The landscape definitely dresses up the scene, and you've chosen an excellent point of view and background. They may indeed have been there awhile, though the vintage looks more recent than I might have suspected. The second one from left, at least from what we can see, looks as though it **ought** to be driveable. I saw far more historic vehicles the last time I was in....oh, never mind, better not go there :)

Nice wide shot with good details, great sky and clouds and amazing composition. TFS and have a nice day.

I love this shot Bob... beautifully captured and presented. :)


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