14 thoughts on “seeing red 14

  1. LensScaper

    If I’m ever re-incarnated (ha ha) I’d like to return to a world where the cars were all retro like these with those sweeping lines. I love this on-going series, Ken

    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Andy. I find the late model cars don’t photograph as easily as the older cars. I’m glad you enjoyenjoy the series. It’s really fun to work on.

      1. Monte Stevens

        That is an interesting observation, Ken. It is also true. We do not manufacture products as we did is the past. Current shopping malls have a short life and are built as such. I mentioned to my dad a while back at how impressed I was with his ability to repair things. His response was, “They use to make things to be repaired rather than thrown away.

      2. oneowner Post author

        Thanks, Monte. Your dad was absolutely right. We live in a throw-away society. Some things can still be repaired but the cost sometimes isn’t feasible.

  2. Alexandra

    I only recently learned that “seeing red” is an idiom which means also “to be angry” in English, correct? 🙂
    nicely framed both shots!!

    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Alexandra. You are correct, seeing red usually means one is angry. But, of course, the term is more literal here, except when there is no red, then it means nothing.


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