An Ornately Painted Car

Posted: October 19, 2016 in Vehicles
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An Ornately Painted Car

I enjoy the variety of unusual and interesting vehicles that I see while riding a bike throughout D.C.  Unfortunately, the vehicles are often being driven, which makes getting a photograph difficult to say the least.  But once in a while I will ride up on a parked car that is so distinctive that I just have to stop and check it out.  On this lunchtime bike ride I ran across just such car parked on Independence Avenue near the Hirschorn Museum.  This boxy little Kia Soul, with its ornate paint job, would stand out in a full parking lot.  It stands out so much, in fact, that it probably was not a good idea for the driver to park it illegally like it was.  Before the driver got back, it had one more decoration on it – a parking ticket slipped under one of the windshield wipers.

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  1. The owner should park it in front of an art gallery. They might just haul it inside.

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