Being in the forest for years, these junk cars and even a tire at Old Car City have incorporated natural shades of green into their original colors
Even though it appears that this dummy is on guard duty at Old Car City, it seems totally unnecessary given the vehicle’s condition!
Over the eight decades since first started, thousands of photographers, videographers, ad agencies and media companies have visited Old Car City to capture the colors and designs of rusting cars
With 4,000 different vehicles at Old Car City some are even triple stacked in the 32 acre property
Canvasses of colors created by peeling and rusting paint on aging cars at Old Car City
Embedded in the trees and vegetation, this Volkswagen Beetle with peeling paint still adds bright color to the forest at Old Car City, White, Georgia
These cars at Old Car City are broken and non-operational, but haven’t lost their color – though tampered by rust
Being aged for years in a lush forest, these cars at Old Car City take on the green patina of the vegetation
Although this car at Old Car City, Georgia displays a “for sale” sign, it is doubtful that it will ever sell!
Although this old van at Old Car City is dilapidated and non-functional, it still is a medium to display a color palette aged by nature
While over 4,000 vehicles have been broken and abandoned at Old Car City, the varied collection has turned into automobile art with a little help from Mother Nature.
Old Car City started as a small general store in 1931 and is still family owned and operated with Old South environment, folk art, ghosts of beautiful classic cars, and much more in a natural forest!
Being in the vegetation for numerous years, junk vehicles at Old Car City have taken on the green patina of their surroundings
At Old Car City, with over 34 acres and over 4000 American-made cars from the early 20th Century, these cars, trucks, vans, school buses, tires, doors and even a few bicycles are placed in such a way as to be ideally suited for photos
Old Car City in White, Georgia contains the worlds largest known classic car junkyard. The beautiful vegetation of the deep south is intertwined with the hundreds of cars that reside in Old Car City. Will be posting over the next few weeks images from our visit with our local camera club.
We end this series of images with light glow on a bridge along the river walk in Greenville, South Carolina
A few pedestrians at dusk on Liberty Bridge, Greenville, South Carolina viewing the Reedy River Falls below
Reedy River Falls at blue hour in Greenville, South Carolina
A perfect place to view and photograph the Reedy River Falls in Falls Park, Greenville, South Carolina
A bench to view the flowing water of Reedy River Falls in Greenville, South Carolina