Wednesday, August 22, 2007

ABC Wednesday - E



E is for Engine.......




Truck engine damaged by fire



A truck engine that was damaged in a fire sits rusting in the auto salvage yard.


Melted wires and belts hang amid the fiberglass and metal remains of gears and parts.


This cropped view creates a unique abstract of shapes and patterns with a neutral color scheme.






11 comments:

  1. I love the engine, very interesting composition! Both of my blogs have their Es up!
    Jean
    http://saltydogs-thebook.blogspot.com
    http://mollitudes.blogspot.com

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  2. What an absolutely stunning shot! I had almost given up thinking of an 'E' and was prepared to snap my car engine - so glad I didn't now, it would have been embarrassing! This photograph is so interesting when you think of who has owned it, where it took them etc...superb!

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  3. Brilliant! I love the tight crop, it almost looks like a piece of modern art.

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  4. Nice photography. I added you to my blogroll also. :)

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  5. I love the engine color that matches with your background. I have not thought of 'Engine', what a great idea to go with 'E'

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  6. Did you purposely go to a junk yard to get that shot? It's beautifully done - and perfect for today.

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  7. Annie,

    No, my husband works with insurance salvage vehicles, and I just happened to be with him that day. It was interesting to say the least, but dangerous also as there are wrecked cars and broken glass all over the place.

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  8. Wonderful shot. It was even better viewed large. Happy ABC Wednesday.

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  9. cool post, love the engine photo - looks so complicated. anna :)

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  10. I wouldn't even think of taking a picture of an engine. But it shows that most people overlook a lot of things that are actually worth looking at. Or taking a picture of ;-)

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