After two weeks of rain-outs, the Damascus Cruz-in had a great opening night. It was a beautiful evening for most folks with lots of sunshine and no clouds. Terrible conditions for photos, especially since most of these cars are polished like mirrors. So I concentrated on detail shots which is no hardship for me because I enjoy doing it and the challenge is exciting.
Very nice detail work.
Thanks, E. When you can’t get the entire car in the frame, you shoot details.
Yes, very nice detail work! Excellent (as usual) Ken.
Thanks, Malin. These cars are all about the details.
Great gallery, Ken. Well composed and wonderful light.
Thanks, Harri. One of the challenges is to keep the bright sun from reflecting off the paint.
Superb selection of images
Heck yeah! Glad you like the details.
Thanks, Monte. Maybe I’m just learning to appreciate the small things.
I recall the previous sets – and this is another great batch, Ken
Thanks, Andy. It helps to have a plentiful source of subject matter.
Numbers 1236, 1251, 1284: Yum-mee!
Thanks, Linda. It’s fun to see how these cars get worked on over the years.
You did very weel Ken ! I like details and beautiful light. It has surely been a wonderful show.
Thanks, Chantal. It was a great show and the food is pretty good, too.
Great group.. love the title too!
The classics are always fun to shoot. Nicely done!
Thanks, Maureen. It’s always been fun just to be with these cars.
Nice work despite the challenging light, Ken. I love this series and the Red theme. Another sign of summer!
Thanks, Tom. It’s a labor of love. I’m having a lot of fun doing shooting these cars.
Great set of photos, Ken. I enjoy these types of abstracts from cars, which is a nice technique. Good stuff, man.
Thanks, Jimi. I see no end to this series.