I have one beautiful Corvette that stands out in this group… a very lovely two-toned number with an accent stripe down the side. All the rest in this group of photos for today is from a local Mustang group, so they’re all wonderful Ford machines.
I have to say, I’d love to ride in any of these cars and would adore the chance to shoot with each of them again!
All of my website shots are scaled-down prints specifically for the purpose of posting on my site, and are not designed to be printable. If you are the owner of any of these vehicles and want a larger, print-quality photo (with my tag for a small processing fee, without my tag for full purchase price), please post a comment at the bottom with the image number. I’ll reach out to you via the email address you provide to post the comment! (Do the same if you want additional shots done of your car at a time/place we agree upon, but let me know the number of the photo and that it’s going to be available.) There are more photos coming next week, so please don’t forget to check back over the next week or two for the rest of the car show shots!
This is the fourth and final installment of the Green Mountain shots. Because of some of my physical challenges, as I start shooting again, Bones will be accompanying me on many of my shoots. He usually stays out of the way pretty well, but there’s those moments that it really gives a good perspective to include him in my art. Here’s a couple of shots included that highlight his participation.
On Saturday, April 16, 2016, I shot at the car show held and organized with Below the Radar in Huntsville, AL. I will have car show photos posted up next week. The ones where owners and I talked or where models were involved will be posted first. If you’re looking for car show shots, please be patient, and they will be posted on April 25, 2016. The shots of cars where I did not speak personally with owners or organizers about the cars will be posted on May 2, 2016, as the second “half” of the shoot.
another tranquil shot
what a beautiful reflection
the depth of beauty at Green Mountain
Bones is now watching them!
“Mom, there’s people coming!”
Here’s the third installment of my Green Mountain adventure. Enjoy!
such a distinction between the main benches and the one off in the distance
oops, they noticed me!
row of weathered benches in the leaves
quiet and serene
recent wedding leftover petals
I feel like the green and the distance to the next tree or bush in some of my pictures really gives a depth to the spring-time feeling. It reminds me a bit of a cross between the dullness and darkness of winter with the brightness of blooming spring.
The trees and the water look awesome as backgrounds to computer or phone screens, and they’re not as “plain Jane” as a lot of the content I can find elsewhere.
early greenery on the trees
dark forest feeling
downward flight of the leaves
downed and reaching…
edges of the water