More aluminum siding.
Nice composition, Ken.
Thanks, Ash. I looked at this for weeks in color and it was nice that the car, boat and building were all the same color but when I converted it to B&W it really looked nice.
Truly great series so far. The last was super and now this.
Thanks, Barry. I was hoping to go back to this location for some winter shots soon.
Classy. I mean the car. Good decision to go monochrome, Ken.
Thanks, John. I would love to have an old Mazda like this. Then I’ll need a 3 car garage.
Really really like this, Ken. And black and white seems perfect for this composition. I’ve zoomed up my browser window for this. I like to look and look at it. I think it’s the shiny surfaces that appeal to me most, but the shapes are what make them look good. I also like the matching peaked roofs, one on the left and the other on the right. The whole thing is just lovely. Can’t wait to see your follow-up photographs of this place.
Thanks, Linda. This is one of the most interesting buildings I’ve come across in a long time. If Frank Gehry was designing buildings in the 1940s, this might have been one of his.
Interesting. It holds one’s attention, but can’t quite express why.
Thanks, E. It’s a conundrum wrapped in a riddle wrapped in a Twinkie.
Definitely great in black and white….has a very cool vintage look. A cool series for sure!
Thanks, Howard. I hope to be back to this location soon.
That’s some nice sheet metal. Building too! Perfect in black & white.
Thanks, Tom. hey don’t make ’em like this anymore.
I really like thinking that the car is also covered with aluminum siding…
I think that’s a great idea since aluminum doesn’t rust. (If you lived here you would know all about rusty cars).
I did actually have a rusty car once. It was a Pinto (so the rust was actually the most minor problem). It had gotten rusty when I was in college near Houston. Then I moved to Albuquerque, and my dad said he reckoned the rust would heal itself in that dry climate.
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