Photography I Waited For Your Call Posted on March 4, 2020March 7, 2020 by Thomas Slatin March 2020Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostThe Rising Tired Next PostA Million Years Before The Fall 25 thoughts on “I Waited For Your Call”Wow, are you sure you will be available if the call later came through? lovely concept. The truck stocked in the woods.Loading...ReplyWaiting for calls in a situation such as this is never ending. I hope there is network to receive such call. Nice truckLoading...ReplyThis reminds of a call I anticipated for days, it came when I least expected but it can give an heavenly feeling when such calls come in.Loading...ReplyI love this bus…the colour is fascinating.. It looks old but still in mint conditionLoading...ReplyI think its waiting for a repair vall, that’s all that I can see. Lovely picture,truck in neat color and hopefully still in food working conditionLoading...ReplyThe color is so vivid. It gives life to the photo.Loading...ReplyThat vehicle still waited until the vehicle itself needed some repair. If that is not patience, then I don’t know what is. I want to be as patient as this vehicle.Loading...ReplyNicely shot. I love how you emphasized your subject. You are a great photographer.Loading...ReplyThe color of the truck is amazing. Was it always like that or it’s because of you? Great skills.Loading...ReplyI wonder, is that an abandoned truck? It still looks new though.Loading...ReplyI can’t relate the picture to the title. Nice shot nonetheless.Loading...ReplyLooks like another abandoned truck. It seems to be in a good condition though.Loading...ReplyThis truck still has some life in it. It shouldn’t be abandoned.Loading...ReplyI love the truck’s color. Orange is actually my favorite color.Loading...ReplyThis looks like some sort of utility truck. I can’t quite tell exactly what it is used for however.Loading...ReplyWho is call who here please? All I see is a truck, should I say abandoned or not just being used at the moment.Loading...ReplyCommunication is so vital to bridge gaps. This is really an ending waiting calls.Loading...ReplyThe truck has sure seen better days. It looks rather old.Loading...ReplyThis must be some kind of hauling truck. I can tell by the ladder on the top.Loading...ReplyI reckon the truck can be converted to a small house. It is just perfect for that.Loading...ReplyIt’s rare to see vehicles like this one nowadays. That makes this a precious shot.Loading...ReplyLovely warm color temperature on the shot. Very well executed indeed.Loading...ReplyI wonder what the use of this truck could have been. It probably has something to do with carrying logs.Loading...ReplySeems like someone is just waiting to be called again? To be of use again? We all have known that feeling at least I have. You can say that this truck is a mirror of myself and where I was once.Loading...ReplyA message that rings a bell in almost anyone’s life. Like the truck in the picture, we are always ‘waiting’ for something or someone in life. Such is the power of well-composed pictures. You do not need to utter a word to convey the message.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. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.