A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida and southern New England and other places he goes.
What is a "car guy"? This is nice! I do think the B&W captures the scene better. Looks like a 1960s time and place.
Looks great in colour.
that is such an awesome shot, i really like the color photo! great job!
As soon as I saw the first pic I thought, 'I wonder what this would look like in B & W?' That being said, I think I prefer the color version. (It almost looks like a sepia treatment, which is cool.) Dabbling in tripod usage and night shooting? Your photography world is really opening up. Have fun!
That's superb!Must be a dangerous place to drive though, Jack, with cars and buildings jumping out at you! Try putting that on your insurance claim!
The color shot is wonderful, but also the B&W it is not bad, and I am not a fan...
Both are special in their own way. Oddly it reminds me of the old drive-ins.
I'm not a car person either but I can still admire these photos!
What a great shot! Looks wonderful in both ways.
Clever of you. Nice rides.
The light is terrific in both photos, but I think the b&w one has the edge. It takes us back to that earlier era. BTW, my Dad had that model Ford Thunderbird, and I got to drive it on special occasions.
I would have turned around too! These shots are great.
Love the b&w shot.
It's good to be impulsive sometimes Jack, you got a fab image here.. love that you went all the way and included a B&W, nice!
Congrats on the new tripod. You've put it to good use. These are great shots.
You do have fun with your camera and tripod, don't you!! I love it! The B&W is perfect for the time period of the cars! Great shots as always, Jack! Hope you're having a great week, it does look like it!!
Fabulous, Jack! I like the colour best. ;-)
Both versions are brilliant! Enjoy your new toy. :-)
I prefer the colored one.Good use of your new tripod, Jack!
These say U.S. to me more than most of your pictures. Quintessential. A tripod too.... Hope you do better with yours than I with mine - 'octopus' and 'wrestling' come to mind.
The tones are very good in the color shot but I really love the crisp edge it the b&w...and it so suits the vintage of the cars.
I rather like the black and white version. They're terrific cars.
I do like old cars. My dad worked on Mustangs when I was in high school and I was able to drive them around.
These are awfully good photographs. Hard to say whether I prefer the color or B&W. I guess I lean toward the color. It got that slightly-off early color film look that's so appropriate for the subject.
I'm not a huge car person either, but I do like to shoot a classic when I get the chance. Here I like the color shot for the cars but the sign looks cooler in black and white!
beautiful! so very american!i really miss seeing this kind of stuff in person...
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