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Old Sep 22, 2012, 11:38 PM   #1
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Smile ....no rain this past Friday evening

so I was to the grocery store parking lot to see what new cars might show, Greg it should have been as nice last weekend. Anyway not a lot of shooting light now but I did get a couple new cars I've not seen before.

More of my Friday night Nostalgia photos here http://tinyurl.com/9eb8w7k

The FT 9-18 on the E-P3 once again made some nice images; shot manual mode RAW and converted with After Shot Pro by Corel (formerly Bibble Pro 5).

A really nice '40 Ford

....this photogenic roadster is beautifully done; I had this front-on shot centered but a spectator stepped into the frame so I used this slightly off file.

.......and the Hollywood cruiser

The 1935 Chevrolet isn't often seen, this 'suicide' 2-door is a beauty

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Old Sep 23, 2012, 2:13 AM   #2
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You do see some nice cars out there each week. I really like the paint job and green wheels on the roadster, but the '40 Ford, that's beautiful.

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I really like the 40's ford ... your composition really conveys a sense of power
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Nice job and that lens sure is sweet.
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