I attended a car show on Sunday which was a charity event benefiting Hospice so I wasn’t there to take photos but took a few. For someone who likes landscape photography it was a different experience. There was no way to set up a shot. Too many cars in the way and people everywhere walking into your field of view and all that. I learned quickly to get in close and be quick. The first photo is the front fender emblem of a 1958 Buick Roadmaster. The second is the rear view mirror from a 1935 Cadillac.
There is a winding two lane road that runs west and connects Highway 101 to Highway 1 at Morro Bay, CA This truck, that once must have served its owner well, has been put out to pasture. It would be interesting to know the history.
I found this still running 1954 Chevrolet parked behind a barn yesterday afternoon. The setting sun was shinning through the back window and I liked the colors and textures.
There is a section of Pismo Beach that allows motorized vehicles to drive out on the sand. During my walk yesterday this old car went by. Not sure what it is, maybe a Ford. I did a little cropping and then converted into B&W with Silver Efex Pro. My way of recreating history.