Friday, June 22, 2012

Weekend Reflections: ragtop convertible

Spied at a car show during Art Murmur.  With reflections on every surface.  Linking to Weekend Reflections.

20 comments:

  1. Sweet!
    '54 Chevy Bel-Air convertible!

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  2. Never seen before on the streets of KL !

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  3. Some people LOVE their cars!
    Easy to see that this is a lovely car!
    Nice image!!

    Gunn
    Stavanger

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  4. Someone has put in quite a lot of work with this one - a red colour to be envied.

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  5. I love that red car! And a ragtop to boot...awesome! Great reflections!

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  6. this such a beautiful photo of a car!

    lovely red! lovely reflections! lovely car!

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  7. Fantastic shot! Glad there are so many of these vintage cars well preserved.

    About the diameter of the cactus bloom, I would say it's about 17/18 cms.

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  8. Ragtop. Old school for sure. Dad always called them that.

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  9. I'll take it even without reflections!

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  10. I would also take the car without the reflections. Love red cars! stunning shot!

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  11. Oakland Daily.... Your photos are so crisp and clear. I hope you get your second wind! We need you out there bringing us these great shots of life in Oakland.

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  12. Great shot of this beautiful red car!

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  13. What a gorgeous photo! I like it a lot for weekend reflections. Not too many classics left here in the Northeast - winter (salt, heat/cold cycles) got a lot of them.

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  14. And I am old enough to remember this car new! Great photos!

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  15. She's a beauty alright! Cool for cruisin'!!

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  16. Red, red, RED! Love this and the little reflection in the silver of the bumper... great car for cruising on the weekend!

    Bises,
    Genie

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  17. This one is a honey, Carolyn. I'm not a car guy, but this one appeals to me.

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  18. Adore Bel Airs! Great photo.

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