Is it just me, or does it look to everyone as if it’s sticking its tongue out at us in that first photo?
Beautiful photos, no matter the possible petulant insult.
Thanks, E. Right the first time. It’s just you.
I can’t imagine the hours it takes to transform these creatures.
Hours and dollars. Lots of both. Funny thing is that they can seldom make back their investment in selling the cars.
I imagine they don’t care. It certainly is for the love of the form.
Wow….the contrast, color, and ‘smoothness’ are really powerful. I particularly like that first one. You do have a way with cars!
Thanks, Howard. I suppose if I spent the hours I work at photography it might equal what these guys spend on their cars. Can’t say that about the money, though.
It’s probably just me, too, but I think this car is ANGRY. (But beautiful.)
Should have added “as is your photograph.”
Beautiful, that is.
Thanks, Linda. this is the forerunner of what is now called the “aggressive look” in cars. It is intimidating. Not at all like my Honda Fit, which is cute.
Your capture of texture is extraordinary—looks like melted chocolate. Oops! I guess that says a lot about me. Love these pieces.
Thanks, Anita. We’re thinking accross the same lines.
That’s a gorgeous car, stunning shots
Thanks, SP. I had to wait to get these shots because there were so many people admiring it. Worth the wait, though.
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