Deep in the Forest / 6

Getting a little further into the forest, quite a jumble of cars- two in the foreground, and at least three in amongst the trees…. well past being useful! All bent, rusty metal, but they made for a very atmospheric scene. We were very lucky with the day, plenty of bright sunlight which in some ways wasn’t the easiest for getting images as it was very contrasty….

Going deeper…

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18 comments

  1. Perhaps the best yet. The contrast of the cars against the bright greens, and the hint of blue sky.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Mysteriouser and mysteriouser this forest colony of lost cars.

  3. I wonder who came up with this idea and why? Reminds me of places in the US where I’ve seen car bodies dumped into ravines. Thankfully, not too much of that these days, at least where I’ve been driving.

    janet

  4. Beautiful lighting. Now if only those cars could tell their tales.

  5. Somehow the natural reclaiming of metal and cars looks strangely organic, doesn’t it?
    Love this one

  6. I’m not a huge fan of woods and forests, but this one looks quite lovely with all the dappled sunshine / shade. The cars of course add a certain ‘je ne sais quoi’ to the scene.

  7. That’s such a movie set!

  8. My granddaughter would be onto like a shot for a movie setting. Why won’t you share?

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