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This old 1957 Ford Mainline belongs to my father in law. He drove it when he was a young bloke. Now it lay’s abandoned, complete with bullet holes, on the family property in N.E. Victoria, Australia.
Nikon D40x, 55-200mm nikkoras is, hand held
old, australia, car, victoria, abandoned, nikon, rusty, ute, d40x, bullet holes
What a great find Missy….love it!!!!
Thanks so much! I cant tell you how many times Ive been there and just never taken a photo of it. Thanks heaps for the fav too!
I bet it could tell a tale or two Missy, now it lies all alone in the ute grave yard, good for target practice I guess. great shot.
Thanks Gab, I bet it could too! I bet it looked great back in the day. Thanks heaps for the fav too!
Those were the days my friend,We thought they’d never end…….Great work!
You crack me up :) Thank you :)
Thanks Terry :)
Whoah…bullet holes? was he a Hunter or was he hunted? LOLWhat a capture Missy and how clever of you to shoot it too!
Maybe he was hunted by the father in law :) lol Dont know why I havent taken a shot before now. Thanks heaps for the fav too!
Thanks Duncan, always appreciated!
Super rusty tones.
Thanks for your visit Gary, much appreciated :)
Loads of character, awesome work !! What took you so long ?? That’s a piece of history lying there my friend.
Thanks Mia! I know! I got a few good shots of it, I’ll upload them in the next few days. Might not have time tomorrow ;)
What a cool rust capture! I would love to see that in person!
Thanks Kim! I dont think the photo does it justice.
so very aussie! A great capture.
Thanks so much Lorraine!