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17 thoughts on “seeing red 15

    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Linda. I love the works in progress. The winters are long here and the owners work hard on them. It’s interesting to see how far they come over the years.

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  1. Howard Grill

    Very cool. Love those holes. They may really just be nothing, like where handles or things were attached. But given the apparent age of the vehicles they lend an air of mystery and intrigue. Are they bulletholes? How did they get there? What happened? The others in the series are fantastic abstracts but these are not only great abstracts but also make one wonder about hidden tales of intrigue! Very cool.

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    1. oneowner Post author

      I’m glad I’m not the only one that found the holes fascinating. There’s something more that places to put some sort of decorative trim. Maybe they were from target practice on some farm. I think many old cars scummed to that end.

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      1. Howard Grill

        Yes, I was recently out in Death Valley a few months back and it seemed that the abandoned cars all had some buckshot holes. Not sure what that is telling us lol!!

  2. TomDills

    My first thought was also “bullet holes?” Several are very symmetrical, which suggests that they were put there on purpose. The others are a bit mysterious. Peeling paint and rust, some of my favorite subjects, Ken!

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