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Bulgarian Oldies – On Location Photography by Atlanta Photographer Maryann Davidson

On Location Photography – I had some spare time today in between photoshoots so I decided to drive around with no destination in mind. About an hour into my drive, I passed a place with a bunch of old Russian cars. I absolutely love old cars and rust so I turned around in the road and went back. When I entered, there was a gentleman resting under an old shed. I asked if I could wander around, despite the no trespassing signs. He didn’t speak English and I don’t speak Russian. I held up my camera and pointed inside. He motioned it was fine. So, today I milled around in an old Bulgarian junkyard. On Location Photography Atlanta Photographers Maryann Davidson Travel photography Bulgaria Junk Yard Rusty Cars

On Location Photography Atlanta Photographers Maryann Davidson Travel photography Bulgaria Junk Yard Rusty Cars

On Location Photography Atlanta Photographers Maryann Davidson Travel photography Bulgaria Junk Yard Rusty Cars

On Location Photography Atlanta Photographers Maryann Davidson Travel photography Bulgaria Junk Yard Rusty Cars

On Location Photography Atlanta Photographers Maryann Davidson Travel photography Bulgaria Junk Yard Rusty Cars Rust

On Location Photography Atlanta Photographers Maryann Davidson Travel photography Bulgaria Junk Yard Rusty Cars

On Location Photography Atlanta Photographers Maryann Davidson Travel photography Bulgaria Junk Yard Rusty Cars

On Location Photography Atlanta Photographers Maryann Davidson Travel photography Bulgaria Junk Yard Rusty Cars

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Bulgarian Oldies – On Location Photography by Atlanta Photographer Maryann Davidson

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