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Inside the garage of my oldest brother’s home. ’31 Model A



15sec exposure and flashlight


A couple more sweet rides at the car show found during Viva Las Vegas weekend a few weekends ago

10086040On the other side of the lot on Wednesday’s cruise night, a motley crew of classic car front ends lined up in a row. My Hudson parked down at the far end.

Wednesday evenings cruise night at the local eatery. A nice turnout of vehicles showed up this week which I will post more of later. I thought this particular shot looked pretty nostalgic though.


Just a little view at home in the evening.

An early style muscle car type, 1964 Mercury Comet.
I think most people would associate muscle cars with the 70’s but I think the squaring of vehicles and big engines were in probably around 10 years earlier with cars like the Pontiac Bonneville, GTO, Chevy Impala, or Ford Galaxy.


While at a car show in Oxnard CA. this past weekend, I couldn’t help but be drawn to this timeless classic Rolls Royce within the mix of all the other fantastic customs and hot rods displayed. Shot at 1/160sec f8 iso100 32mm focal length


As I promised fellow photo blogger joeinfocus that I had coincidentally photographed the same hood ornament he posted a photo of, while I was at a car show yesterday here on the westcoast.
This Cadillac hood ornament I had captured was on a that of a ’48 or ’49.
Shot at 1/160 second 38mm F8 iso100
Color splash added in photo editor app.


This year, Christmas was celebrated at my older brother’s house. He and his wife had recently inherited an old Hallet & Davis phonograph which we cranked up and played some old vinyl tunes with. In an age of mostly CDs and digital downloads, it was quite a treat to hear the sounds of old records on an even older player.