Karts can be found everywhere in Iceland even in very unexpected places...
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peggy gardner gave props (11 Dec 2008):
I love this !!!
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Eric Sayah gave props (11 Dec 2008):
Iceland without karts - unthinkable!! : ) Great essay, my vote
Jim Hart gave props (20 Dec 2008):
interesting apart or together
Ron LaFond said (25 Dec 2008):
You know, I walk by these things all the time and never really give them a second thought. When I need one I grab one and I only really look to see that it's not filthy! Most of them usually are. And typically around here they are a dingy chrome or a dull grey. The other day I was driving down the street I say one that was this bright lime-green (some of the newer Asian markets are using these brightly colored carts) all alone in the middle of a large grass field. It was so out of place there. I wish I would have stopped to shoot it. I think that after seeing your “Karts of Iceland” photo story, I’ll never look at those ugly little beasties quite the same again.
I love the colors and repetition of the compositions of your photos, Pascal. It’s a very cool project. Sorry for being so long-winded! But it’s a “Yeah!” vote! R
Minno Ramírez Terrón gave props (27 Dec 2008):
very good story!!!
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Kevin House gave props (29 Aug 2009):
very cool series! seen by all, noticed by few.
Maura Wolfson-Foster gave props (29 Aug 2009):
My enthusiastic Vote.....and, thank you very much for the fantastic photos!
Penny Nannini gave props (1 Sep 2009):
these are ALL fantastic!
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Minno Ramírez Terrón gave props (29 Nov 2009):
me encanta esta serie!!!
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Ævar B. Jak. gave props (30 Nov 2009):
Great photo essay!!
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