A 1951 Dodge pick up truck rests, its chores finished, on a small farm in the rural South.
What a great ole truck! I would make a great subject for a watercolor study.. or for a group watercolor-painting outing!
Thanks. It might make a lovely watercolor at that. I would like to go back and shoot it again – different time of day, etc. thanks for visiting and for your comment.
strange; this says it was published on the 4th, but the notice arrived just now…
I noticed that. I’ll have to look into it. Sometimes Feedburner just seems to do what it wants 🙁
Just wanted to let you know I have nominated you for the Adventurous Blogger Award. I hope this will be welcome news for you. If you prefer not to accept the award, I certainly understand, but I hope you will visit the other nominees, and they will visit you, just the same. To see the other nominees and rules for accepting the award, please visit my post at http://wp.me/p2ekZU-Pt – All the best!
Thank you for nominating me. It is an honor.
Wow! What a dramatic photo! Can you let me know somewhere on my website what type of camera you use? I’m looking for an affordable camera – I’m a beginner and just want NICE photos. You can see on my blog what kind of photos I take. Let me know – I want an expert opinion like yours!
Thank you for visiting.
Rust never looked this beautiful 🙂 Fabulous shot Ron. Look forward to seeing the truck in different lighting.
Thank you Madhu. The truck is “resting” on Lynne’s second cousin’s farm. I do have other shots I should process.
Is this your most recent shot? I’m a bit confused with the navigation. Please advice. 😉
Sorry for the confusion. I have two blogs. This one, ronmayhewphotography.com/blog, is a part of my main web site along with my galleries, etc. The other, ronmayhewphotography.wordpress.com, is my WordPress blog and the most active and the one you “follow.” Several newer posts are on the WordPress blog. Hope this helps.
I love how nature takes over everything: break things down and build things up again. In this photo you’ve captured the power and the patience of nature.
vibrant takeover of nature.
I absolutely love this shot! Looks like you’re from the Lee County area 🙂 We moved to Pine Island in 1992 (just before Hurricane Andrew) and then lived in Cape Coral for a bit. In 1997 we moved to Lakeland for 15 yrs and now have recently moved to CO. You’re making me homesick! Besides email, there’s no where to ‘follow’ your blog. Maybe you just haven’t activated it through WP?
Hi Carol. I am so glad you found me. Indeed, we’ve been on Pine Island for nine years and are loving it. My primary and most active blog is http://ronmayhewphotography.wordpress.com/ It is a WordPress blog and you can following it by clicking the “Follow” tab at the bottom right of the screen.
Love this one Ron – Really has personality doesn’t it?! Oh the stories it could tell 🙂
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