Young Man and an Old Truck

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Unread postPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2012 10:33 pm 
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My son posing in front of an old truck:

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Very nice Duane. The tones are wonderful and the juxtaposition of young/old--organic (human)/man made (machine) are simple but apt

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That is a very cool photo, Duane. What Alex said, and great lighting/tonality - especially with that ominous sky.

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Thanks Alex and Double. I really liked how this turned out too. One of my very best I think.

This was taken a couple weeks ago while in Estes Park, CO. We were coming out of a store getting ice for our cooler.

We're on a 9 week road trip with our travel trailer. I had to go to work this week and the family is still out west near Salt Lake City.

We spent a week near Rocky Mountain National Park and two in Yellowstone. When I get back to Salt Lake Friday we start working back east through the Moab area, four corners, northern New Mexico, etc.

This is just one of many captures I need to get through as I had not spent any time on the computer other than preparing a slide show for the annual West Yellowstone Fall photography presentation I happened to be in town for.

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