I decided (thanks to my dad for the idea :) to do a sort of photo essay on this whole cash for clunkers program going on right now. This was back when I was at home, so it was the Sheehy Ford dealer there. It's taken me until now to post them haha. It's hard narrowing it down!
So anyway, there were all these clunkers just lined up in the parking lot hood to trunk, as tight as they could...pretty close to their new cars--a sad comparison. Most were so close they were touching tail light to bumper. They were distinctly marked with C4C or CL, DO NOT SELL. I tried to capture the irony of it, that each of these cars has such a story behind them based on what was left behind; stickers, the condition of the car, the rust...it's all so representative of their owners as well as the whole nature of the program. The best part to me, as you'll see, is how quickly they were abandoned, to the point where clunkers is spelled wrong, and people started coming up with creative ways to abbreviate the program's name.
So as always, let me know what you think :)