Paradise Parking, Beautiful Photos of Abandoned Cars Decaying in Nature by Peter Lippmann

by The Wall Street Geek on February 23, 2012 · 0 comments

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“Paradise Parking” is a stunning photo series of antique cars that have been left to slowly decay in nature. The series is by photographer Peter Lippmann. “Paradise Parking” will be on display at an upcoming show in Brussels by Gallery SophieMarie.

via Colossal & Visual News

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 Paradise Parking, Beautiful Photos of Abandoned Cars Decaying in Nature by Peter Lippmann

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