Friday, October 10, 2008

Rusty Truck

I have no idea how long this truck has been tucked in between the house and the farm field...maybe forever. It's at the top of the hill in Mount Albert and I drive by it fairly often. Maybe I finally spotted it now that the crops in front of it have been harvested. Ha! Or maybe it has been there for years.

All I can say for sure is I notice way more than I used to before I started taking so many photos.

12 comments:

RuneE said...

With the new global crisis - maybe you can sell it with a profit? That we can really say : Great catch! ;-)

Dirk said...

Like the SWF contribution and love the great pictures of the rusty truck.

Ivar Ivrig said...

Beautiful rusty shot. It has found its place :-)

Ken said...

Imagine the stories that truck could tell.

Judi~Gmj said...

isn't that the truth, I find more stuff to oggle now that I blog memes. :)

Outhouse Capital of Canada said...

That wont be going anywhere soon.
I looked through your posts, the one with the narrow bridge, we also have narrow bridges here, will have to post a pic or two

Rambling Round said...

Makes a pretty and rustic photo, though.

B. Roan said...

Love this rusty old truck. I too pay more attention to my surroundings now that I've re-acquainted myself with my camera.

Rose said...

Gee, wonder how old that truck is? Wonder if it will run at all?

Jana said...

I old rusty cars too! Nice photo!

system operator said...

Very fun looking object and nice photo! There is something about thinds slowly consumed by time.

Kris said...

But does it work?

And is it fuel efficient?

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