|Emerging From the Shadows|
As I was coming down NC 65, I happened to get a glance of an old truck that I recalled sitting there from before. It was well within somebody's property so I had not spent much time scoping the truck out. Since I had been driving for over an hour now, I figured I might as well stop and see if I could do anything with the trucks. When I pulled in the driveway, I saw a number of trucks, a couple of tractors, and a wagon right there at the entrance to the property. This was worth doing some investigation on.
I located the house without too much trouble and pulled in to see if the owner was home. I was greeted by a rather large Yellow Lab who I promptly made friends with. After getting licked, and showing the dog I wasn't there to hurt him, I happened to look up and saw a man sitting under a shelter watching me. I quickly introduced myself and informed him why I was there. Either he is just a really nice guy, or he trusted me since his dog liked me, but he agreed very quickly to let me photograph his trucks. Without giving him time to change his mind, I got back in my truck and moved back to where the yard art was situated.
|Case of the Blues|
|The Wounds of Time|
|Long Miles, Hard Miles|
|Always Time to Celebrate|
When I was done with this session, I had another 60 frames recorded on my memory card. When it was all said and done, I found that seven of them were worth keeping. Recalling, thinking that I might get about three images when I left the house this morning, I have to say that I am thrilled to have 18 keepers from the day. I also have to add that I am worn out now. Its been a very long day!