Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Found beside road, dead

A lot of stuff in rural Tennessee gets left where it lost its usefulness. In the case of motor vehicles, many times “it lie where it die.” This unfortunate wreck of a wrecker was towed to an open field a little way off the road at the top of the Cumberland Plateau and left to become one with the earth, one rusty molecule at a time.

Click on picture to enlarge. Photograph © 2006 James Jordan.


Otto K said...

Great color and texture.

glenn said...

And to think that used to be someone's pride.

Jem said...

This is a great shot James! This is a particular occassion where I feel it would benefit you to have a blog which showed the displayed image larger so pick up all the detail :)
Beautiful colours and great composition!

sleepless dream said...

great composition, theme, colours!!
i just adore it :)



Saxi said...

what a pic - WOW!