Deserted Relic ~ Weekly Photo Challenge

I brought our DSLR camera with me to have the sensor cleaned on my travels back to Canada.  A few days after I got it back from the camera shop was a beautiful day and Mom and I took a walk around the neighbourhood.  There is a small plaza that looks completed but so far has no tenants.  In the small parking lot sat two relics, mere shells of cars.

My mom was telling me that a friend waaaayyyy back when had a car like this one and she and a couple of friends would squeeze in for rides. Mom patiently waited for me I took these photos and wondered who had deserted this relic of the past.

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 Find more “relics” here:
http://ceenphotography.com/2014/07/11/wordpress-weekly-photo-challenge-relic/
http://annarashbrook.wordpress.com/2014/07/11/weekly-photo-challenge-relic/
http://lynneayersbeyondthebrush.wordpress.com/2014/07/11/those-were-the-days-my-friend/
http://brokenlightcollective.wordpress.com/2014/07/11/shipwrecked/
http://windagainstcurrent.com/2014/07/11/weekly-photo-challenge-relic/

 

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6 Responses to Deserted Relic ~ Weekly Photo Challenge

  1. quarksire says:

    way kewl,,although it don’t lewk very deserted,,,but it does lewk very deserved of the slam stretch and dunk restoration it is worthy of since it is an old relic that was prolly abandonnded once , to be found but all changed a new an ressurected, sure would like to see this one when finished, very kewl 🙂 love it since this is what i do is old relic resto 🙂 . Q

  2. Lynne Ayers says:

    Definitely needs work 🙂

  3. Nice shots, Karen! Somewhat similar to mine one 🙂

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