Western Addition, San Francisco

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    Shot through the windshield of my Dodge truck,
    intersection of Hayes and Fillmore, San Francisco
    photograph taken c1980

    patrickjoust, Creative Sage™, and 21 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. magnimike 82 months ago | reply

      Dynamite.
      Mike

    2. robertr2006 82 months ago | reply

      Dodge truck? I haven't looked yet, but have you ever posted a picture of same?
      I got a picture of some old buses in Williams CA, and I took a shot of my new F150 (first road trip in it) at the same time. I didn't post it, but I might in the next couple of days. My last Ford truck was your basic 1974 F100. This was the unit with the 390 V8; the same plant as the Thunderbird of the time. This new 150 rides pretty good - like a Lincoln Towncar; but it just doesn't have the soul of my old '74.
      Oh, and I almost forgot, nice shot of a very cool intersection.

    3. davemason 82 months ago | reply

      I hate it when people want to crop a perfect composition

    4. susafri 82 months ago | reply

      crop schmock

    5. Jim Rees 82 months ago | reply

      I wouldn't crop out any of the overhead wires.

    6. patrickjoust 81 months ago | reply

      Yeah, this composition is perfect the way it is. Beautiful!!!

    7. patrickjoust 81 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Auto-Anthropology, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    8. MFMinn 79 months ago | reply

      >I hate it when people want to crop a perfect composition

      Me too. It's disruptive of the photo, to say the very least.

    9. Let There Be More Light 73 months ago | reply

      The crop is perfect.

      I hate it when people do that.

    10. Dizzy Atmosphere 71 months ago | reply

      I still prefer the original without cropping,
      that bus yard in Williams, California is a trip,
      love that scene.
      This is another pic of my old 1984 Dodge truck:
      White Sands, New Mexico

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