Red Cadillac seen through a grove of black locust trees.  Franklin County.  March 4, 2003.  6:13 p.m. EST.

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Photographer's comments:
     For years, I have had a moderate fascination with Cadillacs, particularly older-model Cadillacs in unusual settings.  A Cadillac is incongruity just waiting to happen.  From the day a new Cadillac comes off the assembly line, a shiny symbol of status and pride, it is destined to become just another relic in the junkyard.  The Caddy in the photo, above, is not in a junkyard, at least not yet.  It has been retired to a farm field. 
 
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Other photos of this subject:
     White Cadillac in front of a church building.  October 2001.  
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More location information:
     
Off Duckers Station Road near the Woodford County line. 
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Posted March 30, 2003.