Rural landscapes: merging with the landscape

OLD TRUCK ON A PRAIRIE LANDSCAPE, DRUMHELLER, ALBERTA

This colourful beauty is near one of the main highways into this town. The back end has a huge sign promoting downtown art galleries. I was careful to keep that — and nearby chain-link fencing — out of all compositions so you could concentrate on the artistry of the front end, the remarkable hues and the delicate prairie grass.
Nikon D7100, tripod, fill-flash.

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