I love these old trucks. A lot of people in my area have restored them and show them off at cruise-ins and parades. I'd love to have one but an auto mechanic I'm not. When I work on a vehicle the first thing I do is bust three knuckles and rub grease all over myself just to get started :).
That's a beauty. Why don't they make trucks like that any more? (The fact that it's sitting in a field -- maybe that answers my question!) Really like the red contrasted with the gold. Lovely.
Like Joe, I love these old trucks too - am especially fond of old Fords since my dad drove one for many years and wore the heck out of it - and like Joe, we're not mechanics so it would surely sit at our place as yard art...LOVE the new header photo too! :)
Oh, the stories that truck could tell.
Very cool shot! Definitely looks like autumn in the country!
You share some of the greatest photos...these could all be framed and sold...you are amazing!
this is wonderful! i also love your header with the moo-moos (as we grew up calling them). your blog is such a breath of fresh air! xoxo
I agree with Linda. You ought to be making a fortune from your photography!
Wonderful truck and wonderful picture. You just stumbled upon this shot near your home? Wow-you are good :)Amy
Hopefully it arrived to where it wanted to. A great mean to measure time indeed. Somehow, even though a car, it fits in this place. Please have a peacefilled Friday.daily athens
I love this truck and the wooden bed on it. One of these days I will have one.
Now that truck has character. I'll bet it could tell the stories.Love your new header with the cows.Reminds me o sitting on my aunt's porch last summer counting cows.
This is a GREAT picture!!!!!My favorite vehicle of all:)
An impressive picture with a great background.
Great photo! -- barbara
Thanks for making my evening "Browse of the Blogs" very enjoyable. Your photos are priceless viewpoints showing your great sense of art and feeling.
Outstanding shot. Such color and composition!
Fabulous shot. This old truck needs to be left just where it is. It would be a shame to do it up with shiny new parts. In my view, it's meant to be resting in this lovely field.
I would love to have that old truck here on the farm. But running. It would definitely be a conversation piece for the guys.
This photo could win a prize! Beautiful!