Day Seventy by ©Arni Katz

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I shoulda turned left in Albuquerque

1951 Kaiser Deluxe Coupe without GPS

Challenge winner June 2012 in My Personal 365 Day Project
Top Ten image in the “Abandoned” Challenge, Absolute Clarity Group

This photo was a featured image in the following groups
Mysteries of the Past and Present
My Personal 365 Day Project
Black and White Photography
Black and White Enthusiasts

Canon 5D MKII, ISO 800. Leica 50mm Elmar and 35mm Elmar lenses used. Image composited in Photoshop using image of foggy road and silhouetted image of the automobile.


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I began my love of photography when I picked up my mother’s huge 6X8 Kodak bellows camera and tripped the shutter and flashbulb at age three.

My commercial work is represented internationally.

When I am not working, I am riding motorcycles, playing jazz guitar and reveling in nature at my rural cottage in the Cohutta Wilderness Area of North Georgia.

La vie est bonne!

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  • Roger Mann
    Roger Mannover 2 years ago

    Serves him right for having a dirty screen. Very Tim Burton and packed with mystery, in fact isn’t that Johhny Depp behind the wheel?

  • HAHA! Great commentary! Thanks mate.

    – ©Arni Katz

  • Jazzdenski
    Jazzdenskiover 2 years ago

    Beautifully done Arni. Like a scene from The Sopranos. Who got bumped off there I wonder.

  • Thanks so much! Tony says hey.

    – ©Arni Katz

  • moyo
    moyoover 2 years ago

    awww. what a shame. that car deserves better. but you gave it at least some kind of life back with this marvellous composite.

  • Thank you!

    – ©Arni Katz

  • shutterbug261
    shutterbug261over 2 years ago

    really intriguing. the possibilities are really endless as to what exactly happened here…..but with the Texas plates, my guess is some sort of foul play. as always, the b&w is superb!

  • Thank you Michael!

    – ©Arni Katz

  • Finbarr Reilly
    Finbarr Reillyover 2 years ago

    a superb image

  • Many thanks!

    – ©Arni Katz

  • Naveen  Sharma
    Naveen Sharmaover 2 years ago

    WOW Brilliant Work !

  • Sincere thanks Naveen!

    – ©Arni Katz

  • iamwiley
    iamwileyover 2 years ago

    Awesome find!

  • Thanks!

    – ©Arni Katz

  • homendn
    homendnover 2 years ago

    Extra Good!!!!!!!!

  • Many thanks! :)

    – ©Arni Katz

  • Kornrawiee
    Kornrawieeover 2 years ago

    Excellent! my friend… you created the thoughtfully artwork…
    I have speechless…
    Absence from those we love is self from self – a deadly banishment.
    William Shakespeare mentioned:)
    Beautiful song;

  • Thank you Sunny!

    – ©Arni Katz

  • Rosalie Dale
    Rosalie Daleover 2 years ago

    LOVE the title and the image. A real story-teller.

  • Thanks Rosalie!

    – ©Arni Katz

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