And sometimes, “bad” is bad.
That must have been one serious downer for the owner of the truck. Being that it’s on a remote peninsula, I have to wonder how they got home.
This poor, unfortunate ride is now a permanent fixture at Cape Lookout, North Carolina. Fully covered at high tide (and hence the barnacles on the engine block), at low tide it bakes in the sun. We appreciate it being there, as it serves as a distant landmark for beaching our kayaks at this particular spot where there is a cut-through to the ocean side of the hook.
You can see this extra large in a new window on my Transportation Gallery
This is an HDR image from three handheld exposures, processed in HDR Expose and 32 Float from Unified Color. (Discount Available Here.) I had a circular polarizer installed that day, but it was a brilliantly clear day, i.e., no blue saturation was added. I used a little bit of Darken/Lighten Center, and Sharpener Pro, both from NIK Software.