Wijnland Auto Museum

This is a start of year project from last year that I revisited, last week. From this I can see how much I have improved over the last year, proving that practice makes perfect… Enjoy 🙂

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19 Responses to Wijnland Auto Museum

  1. YellowCable says:

    Good photos of old, rusty, abandoned cars.

  2. rigmover says:

    Great shots, love cars.

  3. kwaterbury says:

    I love these! They’re gorgeous shots.

  4. Seeing the beauty in things we ignore as junk. Beautiful photos!

  5. olycam says:

    Love all of these

  6. They don’t make things like they used to. Its funny, the rust makes them look more artistic. Great shots.

  7. princella101 says:

    These photos are beautiful and the rust only adds to the beauty!

  8. These are great photos Nikita, you really capture the beauty of the old cars, which seems to be heightened by their decaying state. I like how you contrast monochrome ones with really vivid colour details. I really enjoy taking photos of still lives too 🙂

  9. Dale says:

    Like many who have commented, great composition in these photos. You’ve really used light and texture and colour beautifully to showcase beauty in the unexpected. Great art.

  10. elmediat says:

    Wonderful set of compositions. Very effective. 🙂

  11. musing5225 says:

    I love photos of distressed or old objects. Your attention to the detail is beautiful

  12. Really cool photos! It seems not easy subject to work, The articles were in the outside or inside a museum? I’m curious about light conditions (day light or artificial lightening) and whether it was a one day shots or a part of a project?

  13. Old rusty cars make great shooting opportunities. It looks as if you have done so.

  14. Tina Schell says:

    What a great subject – well done!

  15. itchierfeet says:

    It is an incredible place isn’t it? I like your take on it too.

  16. namesi says:

    you really have an eye!

  17. Very nice work. Segmenting large objects to show parts is a skill that I have been thinking about a lot lately. You have done a good job with it.

  18. Terrific collection of colors, textures, time and place. Oh the stories these old rust buckets could tell. Thanks for posting this spectacular group of photos.

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