Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by The Green Bastard, Nov 20, 2005.
I like the one with all the leaves down on the ground.
I used my tripod for 90% of them, too.
camera? pics are awesome btw.
Exif info from one of the pics:
Camera Make: SONY
Camera Model: DSC-P93A
Image Date: 2005:11:20 14:57:37
Flash Used: No
Focal Length: 7.9mm
Exposure Time: 0.050 s (1/20)
ISO equiv: 100
White Balance: Auto
Metering Mode: Spot
Exposure Mode: Manual
FYI: I am claiming this one as my own.
Edit: I have an LCD Protective cover on my cam -- makes me misjudge my exposure.
Gotta get it off.
1952 Ford Prefect:
1959 Ford Consul
I like them. whats with random cars just kicking it there.
There was a house there and it was torn down years ago. This is their 'personal dump' so to speak...4-5 old cars, wringer washers, tvs, radios, garbage, etc. The Model A or T car was near a cemetery. I saw it YEARS ago as a teenager, and was curious today if it was still there. The woods grew up a lot since I was 19, but I stomped through the thornbushes and brambles and found it. The frame is still solid as hell, I jumped on it to test it, and the steering wheel and box still turns freely.
I was thinking the same thing! The ones you did to B&W look nice, but how about the gasoline meter one?
OOOh --- one sec!
I blew the contrast up a bit, too
I dunno w hy, but I really liek that
I love them. I like them in colour better, rust and fallen leaves.
You sure live in a beautiful part of the world, I'm in a suburban wasteland so I'm jelous as all hell.
This part of Canada is reknowned for it's rugged natural beauty.
beautiful pictures! the rusted sewing machine is Awesome to me fo r the fact that sewing is a big part of my family history. Anywhoot, great pics!
I sent all these pics to a close friend of mine, and she asked me where the sewing machine was....I told her, and she said that I shouldn't be surprised to see it at her house someday soon!
Thanks for the compliments!
i can't blame her, I'd take it home too
I should go and take it from there, and when she says it's gone, give it to her!