Photography Dead Car Near New York / Connecticut Border Posted on August 27, 2020August 27, 2020 by Thomas Slatin October 2010Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostStunning Photography Changes Lives Next PostEmpty House (Edit) 21 thoughts on “Dead Car Near New York / Connecticut Border”It looks like a Nimpala. I always remember my favorite tv series “Supernatural” by this car.Loading...ReplyWhere is this place? It seems like a quiet place. Amazing photo as usual!Loading...ReplyAbandoned cars everywhere, sometimes I wonder why went wrong with all the cars left this way. you capture it well though.Loading...ReplyI think the car was forgotten there because its becoming old fashioned. Nice discovery and shot there.Loading...ReplyBeing able to see such beauty looking like that saddens me. I really hope someone will try to restore this car back to its glory days.Loading...ReplyCadillac? This is quiet sad. We have a classic car just sitting out here broken!!! I wish someone will save it and restore it to its glory, Very nice shot. It has a retro vibe to it.Loading...ReplyThe environment of where this car is looks welcoming. Broken cars everywhere causing traffic gridlock sometimes.Loading...ReplyI really wonder how you can always find locations or objects like this to be the object of your photos. Look at the location of the car in this photo, it looks like it’s in the middle of nowhere!Loading...ReplyWow, that picture would fit so well as part of a scene in Psycho. You are very talented TomLoading...ReplyI love the background on this photo, it looks so beautiful! But having an abandoned car there makes this place a little mysterious and creepy for me.Loading...ReplyThis was a nice classic car in its hay days. So sad to see it in such a bad state.Loading...ReplyIndeed the car does look as dead as a dodo. The title couldn’t be more fitting.Loading...ReplyThe car is best salvaged for the scrap metal. I can’t see any other use for it.Loading...ReplyThis vehicle should be restored and put in a museum. It’s a great piece of antiquity.Loading...ReplyThe car was abandoned smack in the middle of nowhere. I wonder why that is.Loading...ReplyI am impressed by the level of detail captured in the interior. Stellar work as usual Thomas.Loading...ReplyThe sky looks so striking in these shots. I would have fancied to see that in color.Loading...ReplyI miss seeing these vintage cars. They are a relic whose time has passed.Loading...ReplyThere’s no telling for how long this car has been abandoned. It could have been here for some decades.Loading...ReplyWhat a vandalized car. It actually must have been very beautiful when it was new.Loading...ReplyI know a few car collectors who would be excited to see this. They wouldn’t hesitate to restore it and keep it as a collector’s item.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. ΔThis site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.