Shadow Shot Sunday 2: Low-Rider

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A low-rider hugs the pavement in Historic Downtown Yuma, Arizona.
 
 
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Posted on September 21, 2019, in Arizona, Yuma and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. kaykuala

    A spectacular people mover with a likely smooth ride ‘hugging the road! Truly a unique experience

    Hank

  2. This vehicle couldn’t travel the streets of our town. It would be dragging too much with all the wumpy streets we have. A cool looking ride tho. It makes a thin shadow.

  3. Mary-The Boondocks Blog

    I honestly don’t know what to say about this. I used to describe large vehicles like this as boats back in the ’70s and looking at this one now that is exactly what comes to mind. It looks like it is just sitting on the road, in fact it looks to me as if it has grown roots. It must have a huge shadow underneath.

  4. Lowrider look cool butt would not survive the potholes and cracked pavement in the Northeast! Cars in general last longer in the Sonoran desert and don’t rust like they do up here – nice truck!

  5. Wow! That is some ‘low rider’ ~ neat truck ~ wouldn’t survive in New England a day!

    Happy Day to You,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  6. I’m not sure which comes off the worst – the road or the vehicle!

  7. It doesn’t look like it could handle a speed bump!

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