Parked along the main street of San Pancho, Nayarit coast, Mexico. I particularly like the window sticker of Zapopan, Jalisco. Long ago I lived in Zapopan, a suburb of Guadalajara, Mexico, when I worked for Artesanos de Tonala’ in Tlaquepaque, another suburban town of Guadalajara. Found during Christmas, 2017
A concrete truck from the rear. It’s almost unidentifiable from this angle, and just pure sculpture.
I’m beginning to see trucks, tractors and other sorts of rolling machines as sculpture. All I have to do is isolate the machine, so that there’s nothing else to see. Well, and then play around with color, texture, etc.
An old worn-out semi tractor parked along with a number of other old cars at a mechanics shop. I’m a sucker for color, and couldn’t resist.
This guy loves his jeep, and so do I.
But it looks more like a space ship from a George Lucas movie, about to go into warp drive (or was that Star Trek?). It does say that it’s fast, after all.
As you can see by the license plate, these guys had driven up from Chile, presumably sampling the waves along the way. Chile is famous for long, left-handed point waves in cold water. San Pancho has a powerful beach/rivermouth break. A challenging adventure for these surfers.