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Cemitério de automóveis, aproveito para desejar uma boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
What a waste. The life of cars seems to get shorter every year.
The cars still looks good.
Cemetery = end of life human treatment facility.God bless.
People are getting more easier to dump things that do still look rather good. It is a wasted society we are living in....
A euphemism for a scrapyard; an eyesore. The amount of junk we create is unbelievable.
Retired before their time. It doesn't seem like a logical thing to do.
We have a few of those in our area.
One time the cars just rusted away in the back yard! At least that’s improved.
Hello, the junk yard here looks much the same. Hopefully one day they will find a better way, less junk to throw away! Wishing you a happy day!
...everything comes to an end.
There are still good parts to use on repairing the ones that are still running (like mine!)
Some of them look in fair condition still Bill ✨
You don't even want to know what I first thought when I saw the caption.I guess everything has to end up somewhere.
For me these cars looks good! Nice shot
Parts, parts, parts!MB
Yes, the cars seem in very good condition.
What a name! Some of those cars look like they should have some life left in them.
I use to have to go to junkyards like that to find parts for my car. :-)
They are waiting to be recovered
Like everyone else I thought those vehicles looked to be in good shape. We throw things away too easily these days instead of fixing them.
I always see such a waste in resources when I see the junkyards.
A political correct statement if ever I have heard one!
Businesses should find ways to recycle parts of these cars that are still in good condition. Western society is producing so much waste.
"end of life vehicle treatment facility. Fancy wording for a junkyard."Gosh! That is fancy wording!All the best Jan
A new term to me.
You can put lipstick on a pig, but it's still a pig!
There's a lot of vehicles there.
Its always a bit sad seeing all those vehicles piled up for scrap. Each one was purchased mew once, by someone excited about driving a new vehicle.
We have some junk yards around here too. People often buy parts off of the junks to fix their cars.
'End of life treatment facility' Fancy name for a junkyard. Lovely street capture.
There are so many polite ways to call something "junk."Many of those vehicles look nicer than some of the cars I've driven for years...
Ha Bill. Echt het einde, letterlijk en figuurlijk.Groet Kees.
Is it a car cemetery?
There are quite a few of these in my area, most selling the parts that still work.
You're right about the wording being mighty fancy for a junkyard, Bill. It's like saying pre-owned for something that's "used."