New life to old truck

Found this old truck in central Washington outside of Peshastin.  I am sure that it has done way more than a fair share of work over the years.  I imagine that it would take some considerable effort to get the old girl up and running again, but I love the texture of the windows, paint and rust. These images were processed in Photomatix Pro with a little grunge flavoring added to the mix. I normally attempt to process my HDR images to be a realistic looking as possible, but for this truck the grunge look seemed to just fit.

All images were taken using a Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8 on a Nikon D300s and captured on Lexar UDMA 300x CF cards.

March 13, 2011

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