old 24 Replies 7187 When you get old and worn out it takes a special person to see the real beauty in you. Advertisement Related
Yes… that’s true.
Thanks, Malin. It’s nice to have those special people around when you need them.
For you Ken;
For, not To… 😉
I love old cars and your picture is great. Thanks for sharing Ken.
THought you were talking about me. 🙂
I will do a post about you when you get old, John.
Fine shot, Ken (looks a bit like a knights armour).
Thanks, Harri. It does now that I think of it.
That was my first, momentary, take on this photograph, too. I’m glad you saw the real beauty here, so we could, too.
That is a very nice shot.
Thanks, Linda. These oldies are sn acquired taste.
Then I must be a special person because I truly see the beauty in this shot. 🙂 What a nice find, Ken. Not sure what model year this is, looks late 40’s but she’s a great style from the past.
I like the way you framed this.
Thanks, Jimi. I wish I knew more about this truck but I’m sure I’ll see it again this summer.
It just needs a little TLC – a bit of elbow grease, a touch of polish, and it’ll look like new. Good bones, as they say.
I’m sure it’s gonna get the TLC it deserves. I’ve talked to many owners of these classics and they usually do what’s best for the cars (or trucks). It’s a labor of love.
What a lovely photo – thank you so much for sharing!
Sturdy as well! Reliable too no doubt! Something one needs. I’m intrigued by the reflection in the third band from the top as I can see people.
Thanks, Janina. With subjects like this it’s sometimes impossible to exclude reflections so I try to be aware of them and not get anything that will detract. It can be a challenge.
I didn’t find the reflection a distraction…I just presumed this was taken at some vintage car show. 🙂