This weeks posting is of trucks.  One of my favorite things to do when I worked at Safeway in Arizona was to try night shots.  Usually I would set the shutter speed to 30 seconds.  Doing this the camera had to be on a tripod.  The first shot is one of my first attempts, I just had to lighten it up in post processing.  This was taken in the Salt River Canyon outside of Globe, AZ.

These 2 were also taken in the Salt River Canyon, showing the difference in have the lights on and off.  These also had the shutter open for 30 seconds and there was close to a full moon behind me.

This one was taken down in Eloy, AZ, behind the Circle K after a brief rain storm.  This was lit up by the lights in the parking lot.  Mmmmmm, steak.

Probably the best looking truck in the fleet at the time, this shot was behind the store in Chino Valley, AZ. Plenty of light behind the store.

My current employer, Oakhurst Dairy in Portland, ME.  This was during a nor’easter.

Marten truck on Rt 87 near Fountain Hills, AZ

England truck on I-10 somewhere along the way to Tucson, AZ.

Very cool eagle paint job on the side of this truck up at the Sunset Point rest area on I-17 near Black Canyon City, AZ.  Was getting dark when I got this, only if I was a little earlier and had better light.

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2 Responses to “Trucks”


  1. 1 Ralph and Sherry
    March 24, 2011 at 2:25 am

    Hey John,
    Cool photos! We still miss you guys.

  2. December 2, 2011 at 4:26 pm

    Great shots! We will mention you today at 6:30PM on our Facebook and Twitter pages. twitter.com/xatanation facebook.com/xatanation

    Drop by and say hello!


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