Found... by bmac62 ()
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...in an old garage in Arizona.
1937 Ford 1/2 ton pickup truck. The garage was almost as interesting as the antique truck. Location, Jerome, Arizona.
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Well, now that you've found it, how soon will you be sending it to me? It is pretty familiar to me as I once owned a 1938 Ford pickup bought from my uncle. I finally sold it back to him because he would never give me all the parts that were part of the deal, nor would he sign over the registration to me. Go figure! He wanted to sell it but he wanted to keep it too. He's dead now and was unable to take it with him.
What did you promise it to get such a big grin?! Looks like it's in pristine condition. And nice reflections on the wheel cowlings. The garage adds a surreal background - looks like there's some hideous stuff hidden away there! Keep up the good work! You're really varying the fare! :-)
It has the face of an English Bulldog, nothing wrong with that - it's very classy ! and then I discovered the two-toned colours on this truck, which really appeals to my senses - is as good as it gets, just like two-toned shoes ;P fine POV Bill, of Aladdin's cave with treasure ... BB
just got in, bill, and only have time for a handful of RR comments, so I'll only do one of yours now, and I'll do more after the holidays. I love this shot. At first I thought, "just 100 ISO"? But then I realized, the low ISO allows all that dark to come at us in highly rich tones, and of course you're using a 2.8 f/stop and a moderately open shutter speed. The dark and light here is beautiful. The frontal grill shot is a portrait---the truck just shows its teeth and commands our attention. Glorious for all its orneriness. The blue light on the fender is wonderful---a fine choice, because otherwise this is an interior shot with lots of darkness; and that sky reflection grounds us in the daytime in front of it. And those reds, and the soft (bokeh-d) windows and other lights back there---they're fine contrasts. A big facial portrait, bold and quite warm somehow, and it makes that old leviathan (the truck) show personality, a desire to be photographed, and an in your face "I'm here and I ain't budgin'." I wish a wonderful holiday to you and tara! And I hope you had a wonderful time with Lucinda. A beautiful shot. I wish I could shoot cars with this much character.