Monochrome Madness – Curves

Thank you yet again to Leanne Cole at Leanne Cole Photography for showcasing my photo for this week’s Monochrome Madness. The theme was curves.

This was the featured picture:


There’s nothing I love better than the curves on old cars – their sloping fenders, trunks and hoods; the lines on their bumpers; the hubcaps…

I could go on.

These particular shots were taken just off the highway en route to a small town called Cache Creek in British Columbia, on what used to be the Gold Rush Route.

Here’s a quote about traveling from the illustrious John Steinbeck : “I know people who are so immersed in road maps that they never see the countryside they pass through, and others who, having traced a route, are held to it as though held by flanged wheels to rails.”

Enjoy the view from off the road, folks.







2 thoughts on “Monochrome Madness – Curves

  1. Thanks so much, Robert!
    Yup, if I could drive one of those beauties looking just like that – all rusty and chippy and patinated – I’d be a happy camper (providing the brakes and engine worked and there weren’t too many springs stinking out of the seat).


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