Into the Wild

Into the Wild

(1/800, f5.6, iso-100, 12mm)

An abandoned bus left rotting on the destroyed roof of an old bottle-factory near Quijorna (30km west of Madrid), Spain.

55 thoughts on “Into the Wild

    • Gracias, Stevie, was Lucky someone was willing to put the bus on top of an abandoned factory-structure to give me a nice angle!

      Have a great week, Ron.

    • Hi Cardinal, thank you, thats nice to hear when thinking of all the rusty buses there are around the world 😉
      Warm greetings from Spain, Ron.

    • Thanks, Tina, just drove past it and same thing I keepon aksing myself: why did anybody take the effort of putting it up there and now leave it all abandoned?!
      Greetings to you, Ron.

    • Gracias, Dina, will probably go back there to get some colorful rusty parts, but good to know you like rust in B&W too 😉
      Greetings, Ron.

    • Thanks a lot, nice to hear you like it; Lucky for me this bus is 3 meters above the ground, so good to get a composition from underneath to the sky 😉
      All the best, Ron.

    • Thank you, Karen, just drove past this bus and always wonderingwhy people put it on the roof of a ruined building, probablyhad this title in mind as well 😉
      Warm greetings from Spain, Ron.

  1. It’s amazing how many abandoned vehicles there are around the world, but, one thing about them: they always make great photos! Really like this one! Well done!

    • Thanks a lot, CK, gotta thank the person that put this old bus on top of the skeleton of a bottle factory as well, I think 😉
      Greetings, Ron.

    • Thank you, Steve , but also the person that decided to put this bus up there to let nature take its cause and me photograph it 🙂
      Greetings, Ron.

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