Maybe not... I wonder how many kids travelled here and there and beyond behind the wheel of that fantastic wreck. It's a vehicle for their dreams, and mine as I look at this picture.
I love your Manitoba series, Marylin, it's even more flat than the Tamil plains.
Many thanks, omshakti, for your poetic appreciation of this beautiful wreck. It stirred my imagination, too.
Very flat. This area was part of the bed of a very large lake around the time of the last glacial age in North America. I realize that the flatness made it easier to spot the abandoned buildings that are relics of earlier attempts at farming in this not entirely hospitable climate.
A tie to another place and time. As omshakti has so eloquantly stated, it stirs imagination.
Thanks, Tom. It was a real surprise to me when I walked in from the road to check other angles of the nearby empty building and found this behind a clump of bushes!
This one is older than our
Hell Marilyn. Definitely past the sell by date, but I love the soft, faded look of the whole photo, which enhance the subject. The vehicle looks as if it has been [and will be] there forever. Venlig hilsen fra Norge. Amelia
Forget to add - the GE earth map of this area of Manitoba is also a work of art! A patchwork quilt of rectangles.
Yes, BennOe and Amelia, it's seen better days. (Amelia, I'm glad you noticed the map!) Greetings, Marilyn
This is a really neat picture Marilyn. I really like your collection and there are so many good pictures that it'll take awhile to explore them all. Greetings from IL!
I'm sorry I missed your nice comment, Jesse, while I was away in Atlanta. Please accept my belated thanks!
Nature reclaiming some space! Giving time what men took from the ground Nature takes it back slowly!
Love this picture, nice shot. 245Ronald
Its make me in nostalgy. Sorry, I dont know English as want. Say only: such our Ukraine.
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Marilyn, a pleasure to return to see your photos. Thank you for accepting the invitation to the group "Abandoned stuffs".
I like this photo!
Thank you, Luis, for the invitation.
And long overdue thanks to you, JLourenco, 245Ronald, and wooodooo, for your comments.
Greetings from Canada, Marilyn
I like these kind of cars even if it is out of service, i imagine this car has many beautiful thoughts for those who rode on its wagon.Beautiful photo Marilyn ;)
Your portfolio is quit impressive.
Keep up the good work.
Greetings from eastern Québec.
Like you, Miguel, I like to think about the memories that such old things must hold.
And thank you, Jean, for your kind comment.
Greetings from Ontario, Marilyn
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Photo taken in Bifrost, MB, Canada
Misplaced? Suggest new location