This mid-'50s "down in the weeds" Ford F-100 was spotted on a road trip to Northern Michigan near a small town called Onekama (pop. 647). The town's name comes from an Indian word for portage. The truck is just off the highway, sitting across from a house with a carport that protects a fishing boat, Onekama having two lakes and in close proximity to Lake Michigan. The Ford was shot with a 300mm telephoto lens, from a distance. It's a nostalgia thing for me as our family's first new farm truck was a red 1953 F-100, for which we paid $1,500.