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Lens: DA 18-55 AL Camera: K10D Photo Location: Superior, AZ ISO: 200 Shutter Speed: 1/125s Aperture: F6.7 
Posted By: grog85361, 12-02-2019, 09:52 PM

This is part of a ranch display at Boyce-Thompson Arboretum in Superior, AZ.

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I guess the cattle are still waiting for that hay. Nice shot.
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Nice shot! It is always sad to see an old vehicle just rusting away like that. Thanks for sharing.
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I guess the cattle are still waiting for that hay. Nice shot.
Thank you! I'm not sure the cattle would want that hay anymore.

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Nice shot! It is always sad to see an old vehicle just rusting away like that. Thanks for sharing.
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You're welcome! At least the truck hasn't been crushed. It would be a great project to restore.

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I guarantee someone would love to have that truck, the original 4 wheel drive mans truck. I go to many car shows and never see one of these. Good photo..
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Great shot (although to be honest the oil drum in the foreground distracted me a little}. I love the colours in the metalwork and the way the paint has faded. Well done.
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Stuff like this always makes me wonder about who bought it & how they felt after buyingt it.
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Stuff like this always makes me wonder about who bought it & how they felt after buyingt it.
And, I wonder why abandon it to turn to rust. Thanks for viewing.

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Great shot (although to be honest the oil drum in the foreground distracted me a little}. I love the colours in the metalwork and the way the paint has faded. Well done.
Thank you. I need to watch closer for distractions, appreciate the advice!

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