This camper van has to be the ultimate in the mega-masculine man cave approach to campers. It looks like it could withstand a nuclear blast. I particularly like the tiny thick glass window in the rear door. Might be bullet proof. But the crowning glory is the tiny green plastic Space Alien doll hanging from the axle on the left. Zoom in to see it better. This was what I call a “road kill” photo. I was driving home on my motorcycle one afternoon and saw this parked in front of a local rv store. Since I always carry a camera, I hit the brakes and got the shot, totally unplanned.
I have no idea what all this stuff is or does, but it makes for great shapes and textures.
I like the soft blue Caribbean vacation colors with the sturdy, muscular shapes of the vehicle. It looks like it could pull just about anything.
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.