Auburn Speedster*

Black And White Photography, Photography, Steven

“Boattail” Auburn Speedster

Looking right at home at the Madison Beach Resort in Madison, Connecticut. I was surprised to see the keys in the ignition!

*I believe this is a replica of a car last produced in 1937, but it was beautifully executed.


Bigger Than A Honda

Black And White Photography, Emilio, Photography

“Now some folks say it’s too big
And uses too much gas
Some folks say it’s too old
And that it goes too fast
But my love is bigger than a Honda
Yeah, it’s bigger than a Subaru
Hey man there’s only one thing
And one car that will do
Anyway we don’t have to drive it
Honey we can park it out in back
And have a party in your pink Cadillac.”

Bruce Springsteen

Isadora Duncan on a Buick

Alakajay, Black And White Photography, Photography

Photographed at Old Westbury Gardens, Long Island during their Midsummer Night celebration when they have Lori Belilove & the Isadora Duncan Dance Company perform every year.
Nikon D610, 50mm @f1.4


Black And White Photography, Emilio, Photography

57 Chevy June 24, 2016 Fuji X-T1 jpg 18mm f/4 at 1/3500 sec ISO 200

57 Chevy
June 24, 2016
Fuji X-T1 jpg
18mm f/4 at 1/3500 sec ISO 200

You know how I like to give credit to my wife whenever she tells me to wait for sunset or for the lighting to change or when she points out a picture she wants me to take? Well, she had nothing to do with this one. I was coming out of the gym after my morning workout and there was this 57 Chevy up against the far wall of the parking lot. All by itself. There was a small note on the windshield that said “Look and enjoy but please do not touch. So I didn’t. I just took about 10 photos from different angles but this one was my favorite. When you’re done, please go look at the color version at Photos By Emilio. It still needs a bit of work but I’m pretty proud of the processing! Let me know what you think.

Constant Gardener

Black And White Photography, David, Photography

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…you could say that is what nature is . In this case it’s doing it’s best at decorating the wreak that has been “parked” here for sometime a clue may be the the silver birches growth rate :0)