It's hard to believe that 30 years after a North Texas rancher decided to stick 10 Cadillacs nose down in one of his fields people from all over the world would still be coming to see them. While we were there we saw at least 15 vehicles of 2 - 4 people walk through the freshly planted fields to see the Caddys. I have to admit though that I found this "art" to be quite interesting. One thing that did disturb me was the lack of courtesy I saw on two points. One was that one of the traditions of visiting the site is to apply your own graffiti to the cars. That didn't bother me but I did see what looked like a hundred empty spray paint cans littering the field near the site even though the property owner provides a dumpster at the entrance gate for this purpose. Also, one person there on this semi-muddy day was kicking the top of one of the Caddys and scraping his shoe across it to remove the mud! Oh well, on the good side most of the visitors are well behaved!
I work in the industrial distribution sector as a salesman for a master distributor of valves and fittings in Houston, TX. I am a member of the Bay Area Photo Club which meets at the Art Alliance Center at Clear Lake in Clear Lake Texas on Tuesday nights. I shoot with an Olympus E-3 and my favorite lens in my Zuiko 12-60.