This motor vehicle has become a lot more overgrown since last I posted a photo of it, way back in July of 2012 (here). It’s also acquired the company of a flock of goats (there were many more right to the right of the one pictured!) and a humorous sign, reading “Low Mileage Runs Great [effaced] Best offer” — ha! 🙂
This old pick-up truck’s coloring blends in so well with its surrounding tree bark and bushes!
p.s.: To see previous posts in this series select “overgrown vehicles” in the drop-down menu under “categories” to the right of this post.
A year (and two weeks!) after its first appearance on the Boomerang (here), this trailer is still visible–but becoming more a part of nature every day!
Pick-up truck in the process of becoming an art installation (note the grasses beginning to suture it into the landscape); can you also tell that the temperature was hovering close to the mid-eighties when this shot was taken (at 5:40 PM)?
My almost favorite broken down vehicle on Lopez (#1 would have to be “Old Yeller”; must get a picture of that soon!).
Portland’s Hawthorne Bridge was built in 1910 (!!) though it’s had quite a series of upgrades since; read about its history here. In the foreground is Waterfront Park (with a full complement of geese).
In other news, here’s a Berkeley answer to Lopez’s motor vehicles gone wild; its title at the Berkeleyside blog is “My other car is a tree”: