Very neat . . . I’m going to go out on a limb, blazing the way for them who would follow . . . are those car bodies? By that I mean sheetmetal or panels.
Regardless, I like the effect.
Thanks, E. Yes, these are old cars that hve endured multiple paint jobs for more than half a century and will eventually be painted again. Sort of works in progress. I actually like this look.
I like this look too. Though I could swear it was pictures of a cosmic battle between intergalactic forces. Or something.
Now I know that car bodies are nearly the same thing as planetary bodies.
Thanks, ehpem. Yeah, they’re both heavenly!
This might sound weird but I like to see the work in progress as much as the finished product. I think you can gain an appreciation of what goes on in making a show car.
Its the technician in you! And I am the same. I even like the look of a car with the rusty coloured undercoat, even the ones that will never be a show car and just got stalled somewhere between the cost of paint and procrastination.
Yes, exactly. Also, there seems to be a perfection that is often unattainable that the owners are seeking but the maintenance remains a labor of love.
Excellent images… I like them both (very much)!
And here’s a quote for you, Ken; We are a way for the cosmos to know itself. (Carl Sagan, Cosmos)
Thanks, Malin. And for the quote, too. I may have to use that someday.
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