Here’s some cars slumped under the tall trees deep in a forest, lying ever lower as they age and disintegrate:
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.
Works well in monochrome.
Many thanks, Sally! But the colours of the forest and the rusting cars are missing…
Yes, the cars .. really melt in with nature – great shot.
Glad you like it, Vivi!
Yes, I do!!!!
They really are difficult to spot, Sue. I think I just got eye-strain. 🙂
I did warn you! 😳
But I had to try!
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.
The cars really were lying low, then! Loads more images to come from this place of decay! Right up my street!
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.
It appears that the cars here were the result of a car scrap dealership, and the owner emptied the vehicles of fuel, oil and battery acid…. See Vivi’s post https://mygulitypleasures.wordpress.com/2017/07/08/a-museum-in-the-middle-of-the-forest/
It certainly was a most atmospheric place!
Aha! Swedish eccentricity. I suppose if Tracey Emin’s work is Art, then so is this. 🙂
Art it shall be, Pete!
i see them
A car graveyard! Cool B&W Sue.
There will be more to see from here sometime when I have a moment!
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 🙂
Thank you for the prompt, Paula!
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I first thought, Cars, what cars? So I squinted a bit!
Yep, it did require a bit of squinting!!
A grave yard for past treasures!
It certainly is….plenty more to come!
A car -cemetery…..
I would have never guessed!
Ah, well, I do love a bit of decay….it was a most atmospheric place