This Ford 85 is one of my favorites. Turquoise and orange are great contrasting colors
This old Ford has a great patina with hues of blue, yellow, and purple
Close up of " Turquoise"
This one of several old trucks in York county. A tree grows through the frame.
An old International Harvester bulldozer sits in a field in southern Maine on a back road waiting to work again...
This beautiful old truck has been sitting on Douglas mountain for more than 50 years. Time has changes the metal many different colors by wearing away the layers of paint.
You may have seen this truck parked at Bracketts orchard in Limington. I was just lucky enough to get the sunset just in time
An old Ford sits in a small field in Greenville next to the airfield at dawn
This Oxford truck sits behind the barbed wire witness to many changes over the years, including the casino across the street.
One of two old trucks in Bar Mills overgrown with vines and home to many bees and field spiders
Shipwrecked on Higgins beach in 1897 carrying a load of coal to Portland, the Middleton ran aground during a storm. The remnants of the hull is still there on the beach more than 100 years later. Along with bits of coal still churned by the tide.
My mother-in-laws late husband owned this great 1948 Ford which was in great condition and won many awards
Just a different angle of Dusk of the Autumn Equinox.
An old sedan with suicide doors sits on Douglas mountain in Sebago Maine
Another version of Overtaken. Just a different angle