Where's my truck

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    Taken during a daytrip to Nordegg with my buddy Raymond.

    The title relates to trains, and since I work with trains, I thought I should lead off this weekend with something train-like.

    brakes4bunnies, Marty Hogan, and 18 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. LornaTaylor 31 months ago | reply

      Cool looking wheels Jim ! ;)

    2. Droemeli - ! NEVER USE AN AUTOFOCUS ! 105k+ views! 31 months ago | reply

      Great! The B&W - Shot compares totally to the scene you caught...

    3. Nickie A Photography 31 months ago | reply

      Nice shot and composition :)!

    4. siskokid 31 months ago | reply

      Nicely done...Great shot!
      Seen in my contacts' photos. (?)

    5. angelnfreefall 31 months ago | reply

      Wonderful as an abstract and amazingly lit.

    6. one42chrisp 31 months ago | reply

      Very nice, Jim! Love the processing!

    7. ©Photo Art Imaging 31 months ago | reply

      Black and white is perfect here Jim! Love it!

    8. Billy Currie 31 months ago | reply

      wouldn't like to have to move them all

    9. souldad 31 months ago | reply

      Nice capture!

    10. sminky_pinky100 (In and Out) 31 months ago | reply

      Fabulous image, it has a very authentic old time feel to it

    11. Aleeka dreams 31 months ago | reply

      Beautiful !

      EXPOSITION GROUP

    12. Nancy Rose 31 months ago | reply

      great use of repetition and wonderfully processed Beautiful !

      EXPOSITION GROUP

    13. Rafakoy 31 months ago | reply

      Fantastic image! I love the vignetting and tones!

    14. Robb North 31 months ago | reply

      Amazing image!

    15. Morningdew Photography 31 months ago | reply

      amazing shot! lonely feeling to the shot

    16. facenorth 30 months ago | reply

      Cool shot sir!

    17. LongInt57 30 months ago | reply

      Cool - quite a truck collection.

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