Black & White Sunday: Low-lying

Here’s some cars slumped under the tall trees deep in a forest, lying ever lower as they age and disintegrate:

Lying low in the forest

As these cars get closer to nature as the forest moss engulfs them, they do become quite hard to spot in this image!

More Low-lying over at Paula’s here.

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29 comments

  1. Yes, the cars .. really melt in with nature – great shot.

  2. They really are difficult to spot, Sue. I think I just got eye-strain. 🙂

    janet

  3. The beauty and texture of the trees wins! I didn’t notice the cars at first. I think you must have the most unusual interpretation of this week’s theme, Sue.

  4. It is good to see them being reclaimed by nature, but a shame that they were thoughtlessly dumped in a woodland to begin with.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  5. A car graveyard! Cool B&W Sue.

  6. Yes, definitely the most original take on the theme. I can think of a million places more suitable to store this piece of decay than woods. When will the man ever learn! Thank you for the beautiful capture and rendering, Sue 🙂

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  8. I first thought, Cars, what cars? So I squinted a bit!
    Nice one.

  9. A grave yard for past treasures!

  10. A car -cemetery…..
    I would have never guessed!
    Awesome, Sue…

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