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Old Aug 23, 2014, 3:44 AM   #1
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This lovely rig was in the parking lot outside the grocery store the other evening. I was going to try different angles but the owner came out with a bag of groceries after the second shot. This was the better of the two.

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Old Aug 23, 2014, 10:36 PM   #2
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....really nice '53 Bel Air convertible. I really like the framing you did here and the angle is perfect for this image.

The dadgum parking lot lighting did a trip on the color.

I once had a red Pontiac Fiero GT, stopped by a Burger Box and parked directly under a light....... the car shone as a British racing green, crazy to see.
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That's one beautiful convertible.
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WoW, this is a beauty

NICE shot
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I have to agree with everyone. Cool capture and well done.
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Thanks guys. Went to a car show this weekend so hope to post a few in a day or so.
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pretty nice for a "grab shot" at night
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Too bad the owner came back so soon. One could loose track of time just wandering through all the details this car offers -- so many details. Lucky you had your camera with you -- really nice!
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Too bad the owner came back so soon. One could loose track of time just wandering through all the details this car offers -- so many details. Lucky you had your camera with you -- really nice!
Thanks Kula. I understand your comment about all the detail. Somewhere along the line some wise guy thought it would be a good idea to include wind tunnels in the design workflow and there's been smoother lines and less sculpting ever since. It's good for gas mileage and weight but I wouldn't want to be driving a Smart Car and bump into the grille work of this sculpted behemoth.
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