I spotted this rusting pickup in a field on the outskirts of Muskogee, Oklahoma last year. It was only after I’d stopped to shoot it that I realized I might be able to use the wagon wheel as a framing device.
Pentax K110D, 1/350 @ F 9.5. ISO 200, 40mm
wagon pasture wildflowers crusty midwest oklahoma pickup muskogee blue mesa bluemesaphotography country field blue rural fence green truck derelict rust wheel grass dilapidated weathered skies
Thank you, Scott!
Oh, I soooo love it!!!!!! Clever you framing that wonderful old truck in this way!!!!
beautiful alignment, great framing!!
Thank you, Antonio.
Fantastic capture and a great eye…Love the lines from the wagon wheel and the way you used it to frame out the old truck in the back ground ! But the wheel also seems to give it a kinda false sence of depth between the inter part of the wheel and the outer !! Outstanding work wtg!!!
Thank you, Carla. I hadn’t noticed the depth provided by the angle, but see it now. Thanks for your insight!
Yep, you nailed this one, Mitch….right through those spokes…..what a classic!!
very nice composition, love it! super work
Thank you, Cyndi!
Congratulations you have been featured in Rural Around The Globe.
Great capture and creativity! Love the colours as well.
Thank you, Tricia!
I cannot believe what a super shot this is Mitch………….the rusty fence (which is very cool) matches the ol’ rusty car perfectly……………..talk about a perfectly composed shot, this is it!!FABULOUS country image …………………. :o))))))
Thanks very much, Rose!
You do have an excellent eye, Mitch. The framing of this super shot is perfect!You brought this old thing back to life. Well done.
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