History Relived

Elegance and style,

Beauty, dignity, and grace.

History relived.

With wind on her face;

Leading with beauty and grace.

Yesteryear treasured

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11 Responses to History Relived

  1. elk says:

    these really were beautiful works of art~so much fun to see all shiny …which one is your sue? ; )

  2. Toni says:

    I love when the owners retain the authenticity of the original vehicle, i.e. paint color, especially. I think that is why your b&w image is my favorite. Beautiful cars, regardless of the color.

  3. Lovely cars Sue and great captures. You get just the right composition on all of them too.

  4. Marcie says:

    Yes – beauty…dignity..and grace. Wonderful series of images!!!

  5. just fabulous…the 2nd and last are my favorites Sue.

  6. Enigma3 says:


    Those are all great photos but the sepia shot gets my vote.

  7. Bo says:

    That hood ornament is a treasure.

  8. Suzanne says:

    Terrific old cars. We used to have one similar to the first one. It was a ’39 Chevy hot rod…red.

  9. Lisa says:

    Fantastic shots and they make a great series, so much so that I can’t chose a favourite.

  10. JRP says:

    Oh Sue! I loooove this series. What a wonderful location for a show! The 3rd one along the water with that metallic blue paint job really catches my eye.

    I really love going to car shows and photographing the cars.

    The lines are fantastic and all the shine, reflections, mirrors, emblems, etc are awesome

  11. MARY says:

    Beautiful images..
    I love the red one!!!

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