Bad to Worse

Only the rare crackpot or eccentric likes driving old cars. That means when you see one on the street it’s likely there out of necessity.

The car is a Jaguar. When it was new it cost a lot of money. The reliability of this vehicle has been exhausted but the cost to maintain it still lingers.

There’s a terrible irony that in order to “successfully” own an inexpensive car, you need to have either a wealth of repair knowledge or another car in the driveway ready to go.

It’s sad to see something that was once so great reduced to something a notch above scrap value.

Even worse is this situation in which someone has dug a hole so deep there’s really no way out. I don’t know how much each of these tickets costs, but seven of them are going to add up.

I count my blessings when I encounter scenes like this one.

About the author: I am Stephen Kennedy, an experienced photographer with more than 2500 completed sessions in all 50 US states.

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