Monday, August 30, 2010

A primary color, yellow, lots and lots of yellow

I've had fun with Picnik's Exposure, Local Contrast, on these photos unless otherwise noted.

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"Facing the Crowd," with a yellow van behind it, at PGE Park in downtown Portland, Oregon

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Earl Scheib rooster car, at Talladega Super Speedway

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1933 Ford Roadster Utility, from Australia, shown at the Olympia Street Rod Association Car Show at the Lucky Eagle Casino, Rochester, Washington, August 14, 2010

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No Picnik here, just as photographed on the tailgate of the ute.

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The bed

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The steering wheel

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A wheel

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The hood ornament

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The hood ornament, un-Picniked

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The entire ute, un-Picnicked

4 comments:

Jacob said...

Ah, Lynette, you've put up a wonderful series of photos here. Excellent pictures and tack-sharp! Funny, too. I used to have a Caddy the same vintage as the Earl Scheib one...what's the point of the rooster, though? And I thought Earl went out of business...hmm..

Hope you have a wonderful week!

Clytie said...

LOVE all this yellow! How clever to catch the yellow van behind the face sculpture. Absolutely wonderful!

WendyB said...

I want to go for a ride in the rooster car.

Amy said...

I really enjoy all these photos, but the rooster car is just amazing. :D