New camera results. I’m happy with what I’m getting. The owner of this vehicle is a student at a local college. He painted an Arizona state flag on the hood of an old Cherokee. I’m coming to the realization that people in rural areas are often more playful with their cars, personalizing them in a variety of ways.
Does the Voodoo still work if you misspell her name?
Looks so good you could eat it. At the Lowe’s in Prescott, Arizona
Something different, just for fun. Around here, you can buy an acre out in the country, buy one of these factory built houses and plop it down, hook up a couple of utilities, and move in, usually for under $100,000. for the whole thing. Quick, cheap, generic housing.
Things are getting impassioned. I hope it stays that way through November. It’s good to see this in boring, ultra-conservative Prescott, Arizona. I especially like the little rainbow over the wiper blade.
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.