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Running low on oil
Lens: 18-135 Camera: K3 
Posted By: bobbotron, 10-12-2019, 03:41 PM

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10-12-2019, 03:44 PM   #2
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Love the colours, way more colourful than when it was brand new and Massey Ferguson Red all over.
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What a great spot, well done. The patina of rust and mould over the whole surface had been capture perfectly, but I am really tickled by the little bit of green moss on the dial to the left. That shows some determination!

That vehicle was probably once someones pride and joy, but it gave it's all for a great image.
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Well seen! Wonderful image with great color and composition.

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Thanks everyone! I'm super impressed with the colour I got in this photo. Definitely a little over saturated, but I feel like it makes a good image. Unsure exactly what this was, only the main body left of the vehicle.
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QuoteOriginally posted by bobbotron Quote
Running low on oil
The battery amps look pretty neutral too.

What a great shot, just look at all those textures and colours, well done.
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There is some beauty in this beast .
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Well-spotted and captured! Love the caption, too! Thanks for sharing.

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Lots of a new dimension to the concept of 'patina'.

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