I came across this old 1950s Chevy pickup while driving down a country road. The kind of Texas country road where you see miles of dirt roads, fields of prairie grass, and a few cows. The truck was sitting in one of those fields surround by tall grasses and lots of trees. I probably wouldn’t have seen the truck if it had been summertime instead of fall. It would have been hidden by all the leaves of the trees around it. The truck was near what appeared to be an abandoned barn or workshop. It looked as if it had stalled out and was just left to rust away. There were still tools and farm equipment in the truck’s bed.
I couldn’t help but wonder who owned the truck? Why did they just leave it in the field? How long had it been sitting in this field? What stories could the truck tell (if it could talk)?
“Stalled” is my entry for this week’s Monochrome Madness Challenge.
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