\n\nIn the hills not far from where I live, a man collected one of the largest private collections of military vehicles, including tanks, in the world. Every 4th of July, he’d invite the neighbors up for a barbecue. He’d also have a few dead cars towed up and let people run over them with his M60 Patton tank. These photos are from the ramming edge of said tank. The paint scrapes are the last gasps of bygone cars.\n\nThis collection consists of 15 JPEG files, 180 DPI (yes), 4000 wide x 3000 high. These are straight out of camera, and the photos have a narrow depth of field, which may or may not work for your project.\n\nThese are licensed using the Creative Market Simple License. You may use these in commercial projects or personal projects without attribution, but I’d love to see what you do with them!\n\nNow available on Gumroad for an introductory price of $4.\n\n
Deirdre Saoirse Moen is a writer, photographer, and graphic designer from Menlo Park, California.