Well composed detail, Ken; I can almost feel the bended metal.
Thanks, Harri. I found the combination of streight and curved lines interesting.
I agree. The lines balance so nicely.
Love abstracts that take a piece of something and make it into a work of art. The way the dark areas frame the shot really contains it nicely. Love it!
Thanks, Howard. Generally, these cars are out in the open in the burning sun and the light is terrible for photos. I got lucky with this one.
You could title this one “Who Needs Paint?” Ken. Love the lines and curves.
That’s a good title, Tom. Can I use it without paying a royalty?
You have my permission, Ken! 😉
I absolutely love this, Ken: the composition, the colors, the textures. Terrific!
Thanks, Linda. For whatever reason, I seem to be attracted to these incomplete objects.
Don’t ever stop!
This one makes me (for some reason) think of a shark… Excellent work (as always), Ken. Enjoy your weekend.
Now I’m looking for a shark!
I mean if you look at it, it feels as if it is the skin of a shark. I don’t know why, but there’s definitely something with this one that makes me think shark.
I’m guessing four .22, one .38, and four icepick holes.
Thanks, E. When we get the slugs out of the block we’ll know for sure.
awesome line, love how you have composed this…
Thanks, Alexandra. When you’re surrounded by people (and other cars) I like to focus on the details.
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