In Texas, businesses that sell parts from old vehicles are usually called “junkyards”. We recently stopped by one to check on parts for a car my hubby is restoring. This particular one was called an “Auto Ranch”. I thought the name might be a little pretentious until I saw all the cars. Then, after learning that the owner had a computer program that detailed each car and all its available parts; I decided the title was well deserved.
I took this photo from the top of a hill because the cars were behind a fence. This photo shows only about 1/3 of the cars. I wish I could have gotten closer to take photos of some of the amazing vintage cars at this Auto Ranch.
Monochrome Madness Challenge
“Auto Ranch” is my entry for this week’s Monochrome Madness Challenge. You can join the Monochrome Madness Challenge or view more monochrome photos by visiting Leanne Cole Photography. You can view my other Monochrome Madness Challenge entries by clicking on Monochrome Madness.
This is the original version of Auto Ranch. I like all the rusted color in this one; but I think you can see the shapes of more cars in the monochrome version.
Which one do you like best?
I thought this post was scheduled to publish last week; but evidently I didn’t get it scheduled correctly. I apologize to anyone who ended up at a broken link. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you’ll return. 🙂