Blogging / Grayscale / Home / Memories / Michigan Three Others 20th March 2022 John25 Comments Just some goofy photo phun on a Sunday eve… Bored! Photo – somewhere in Michigan, 2019. Share this:LinkedInRedditTwitterLike this:Like Loading...
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Great image. I can’t help wondering if we’re beginning to see the end of petrol and diesel vehicles. My son has just bought a Tesla. I’m afraid I’m still pumping carbon into the atmosphere. The problem we face in the UK (I’m told) is not enough charging points and people now suffer from a new phenomena – range anxiety (as if we haven’t got enough to worry about!)
I hope not, Richard, I’m very fond of my petrol burning V6 engine in my full size pickup truck! My sister and dad own electric cars, they are too expensive for me. I rarely see charging stations here but never look for them. I saw a video of a guy with an electric car that carried a small petrol powered generator to charge his electric car up. That right there is why I despise electric cars, not that they are all bad of course.
What make and model of convertible is that? Reminds me of my ’89 turbo charged Sunbird – except mine didn’t have the age on it at the time. 🙄
If you are referring to a Pontiac Sunbird, I don’t see that car here.
I don’t know what make/model the one in your photo is. It looks like a convertible in front of that shop.
It may be what we used to call a Landau top, a covering that is placed on the car post-production.
Our dealership would offer this as part of the deal on the new car in the late 70s and into the 80s for a while. My background is in automotive…
I don’t remember that. Maybe I thought they were convertibles. 🙄
That’s okay, AnneMarie, they do look a bit like a pop top!
Big old 4 doors parked out front!
Did you notice the rust around that right rear wheel well? Welcome to the Rust Belt! There are plenty of big 4 door cars down here and plenty of old cars and trucks from decades gone by that are rust-free and beautiful! Kind of like my 7 year old truck that’s in near mint condition considering it’s age.
Love them especially the effect on the first one! Makes it look really vintage and cool.
Thank you, Pooja! I do enjoy playing with photos…
Fun photos – I like how the U was falling over on the sign and look at that price for an oil change!
Thanks, I guess those are pre-pandemic prices! A very different lifestyle than here in Vegas. I do miss the much slower pace of life up there, and riding a snowmobile…
Yes, indeed. I’m sure that your e-bike is getting you out and about for a lot longer than a snowmobile would – that season is short!
Nr. 1 wins again! I like how the shadows take on an other-worldly, ghostly quality. In the others, the shadows are too prominent or are just prominent, and the scenes become ordinary.
Thank you for your thoughts on these, Doug! There are three different types of processing in the photos using the Aurora HDR app and the Photoscape X app too.
That #1 sepia scene wins
Thank you, everyone likes that one best! 😊
A good artist with a good following.
I love them most in BW! The first by far my favorite. It has a vintage feel.
Thank you, Cindy! Everyone likes that one best. ❤️
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