Wow! The side-view mirror seems to over over the vehicle. How ever did you accomplish that, KenMac? Perspective? Depth of field? The serendipity of the two paint colors contrasted with the chrome? I ADORE THIS PHOTO! ADORE IT!
wow.... the mirror just seems to float like 50s style space shuttle come to visit from another world.....!!
Great detail and reflection on the wrong side of the mirror. Like it
Interesting photo. Much to think about here.
The corrosion looks like the disease that it is.
Overall, it's quite disturbing. What was once a snazzy, top of the line American automobile, is now aging badly.And besides that, as others have said, it is a striking composition.
I think I've mentioned here that my first car was a '54 Studebaker. I've only recently begun hearing that they were cool and solid cars. And yes, I like the photo for the reasons others have given. When I hear Studebaker, I don't think red . . .
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The full car is something but pieces of it become startling.
The mirror does look like it's floating! The corrosion on the real chrome gives me a comforting feeling of familiarity with the past.
I love to come back here and see your photos, you can hear good music in them, jjj, I have not stopped working this summer and try to put good music, jjA greeting.
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Ah, yes, a burgundy '53 Studebaker. Made more than a few memories in one. Nice photo.
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