Pairs Paired

Paired FOMOCO Trucks - Vavenby, British Columbia

Paired FOMOCO Trucks – Vavenby, British Columbia

Paired – Mercurys paired, power poles paired, pairs of headlights and missing headlights paired.  The image presents some wide angle distortion amid its experimentation mixing colour with black and white.

Listening to – U2’s Gone and reminiscence regarding Michael Hutchence (Hutch) from INXS, … ‘going, going but not gone,’ … from the Popmart Tour video.

Quote to Inspire – “Ultimately photography is about who you are. It’s the truth in relation to yourself. And seeking truth becomes a habit.” – Leonard Freed

  2 comments for “Pairs Paired

  1. November 19, 2012 at 8:55 PM

    I love photos of old cars like this. Great shot!

    • November 19, 2012 at 9:21 PM

      Hey there, Angeline:

      The shot reminds me of Dan Kameka’s old farm trucks in disuse … not quite fallow, but definitely waiting ub farmer’s fields.

      Thanks for looking in. 🙂

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