Burnt Out Cars: sadness and beauty


A friend took me to see his collection of old Holdens which were burnt out in the recent bushfires in the northern Grampians. With a growing sense of wonder and appreciation for this photographic opportunity, I got closer to the wreckage to see details, such as charred paintwork and melted plastics.

This photo was shot on my smartphone. Watch this space for photos taken on my Olympus.

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4 thoughts on “Burnt Out Cars: sadness and beauty

  1. Love pictures of derelict cars. I found one slowly being swallowed up by the ground at the end of my late dad’s garden and have posted some pictures on my own blog.

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