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Harvester of Sorrow

This is a discussion on Harvester of Sorrow within the Architecture & Man Made (cities, buildings, roads, objects & abstracts) forums, part of the Show your photo (Color) - Landscape & Nature (flowers, mountains, storms etc.) category; Found this abandoned International Harvester truck while on a cemetery crawl with a large group. Fun with sliders!...

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    Found this abandoned International Harvester truck while on a cemetery crawl with a large group. Fun with sliders!

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    What do mini-hamburgers have to do with an old truck? Great angle and colors. The red really makes the whole thing work.

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    I remember in my hometown of Binbrook Ontario we had a ton of these trucks on the farms in that community. The floorboards had a tendency of rusting out. Most of them were red for some reason. I love the green and the out of focus 3D look. Thanks.
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    very cool
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