Besides the RColt I am also the proud owner of a dirty, diesel Toyota Surf. I found this locale drifting that around the gravel and sand roads out this way with my wife. I have a thing for playing in mud, although it was dry dirt this time, and my wife likes to spot wildlife and chase Bobtails & Bungarra's. Bush bashin' is something we like to do from time to time. The "unbreakable" Toyota seems to be the perfect vehicle.
In search of Bigfoot.
The setting sun was bathing everything in a nice golden colour.
With suspension set up for race track use she sure didn't like the gravel roads.
The trees are burnt from a recent fire and lend themselves nicely to the white paint colour and black trim of the RColt.
I've always loved black and white photography. It just seems to add another dimension to the subject somehow. It seems to add more emotion.
The powdered limestone dust from the road surface gave an interesting frosted glass effect on the rear window.
I'm quite sure I am going to be giving the little beast a bath for days.