GREEN PONTIAC

Posted: June 14, 2016 in Aging, Automobiles, Details, Old cars, Photography, Rust, Wabi Sabi

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A dense green canopy filters the sunlight,  green plants are working hard to reclaim these wrecks and, for a photographic trifecta, what is left of the paint job on the Pontiac is green as well.

I love this part: you can see the leafy growth on the driver’s side fender. Those same leaves are mirrored, but as shadow-shapes on the passenger’s side.

Nice touch, Mother Nature. Nice touch.

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Comments
  1. Lignum Draco says:

    Nice shot. Very well seen given that it looks almost camouflaged.

    • It’s amazing, but Mother N is slowly but surely claiming these pieces as her own, winding green arms and fingers around bumpers and grills until the look of the original car is dramatically altered.

  2. andykidd says:

    I love that shape – yes “the Beast” also looks like a British Bulldog.

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