I have several images for you today from the Willis Johnson Garage and Classic Car display. Inside the 47,000 square foot facility he has recreated small town America complete with a service station, Diner, Main Street store fronts and of course all the cars of that era.
I shot about 700 images at the display, of course a lot of those are multiple images necessary for HDR (High Dynamic Range) because of the difficult lighting conditions. I have no idea what kind of a vehicle this is and I don’t have the time available to research it. 🙂
I do know that this is the front end of a 1955 Chevrolet.
I am going to give a presentation of my photography both of Nashville and other images at Rotary tomorrow in Maquoketa. I have about 160 images of eagles, landscapes, portraits, and of course some of the Nashville images. It will be about a 20 minute program and I’m looking forward to it.
That’s it for today. Not too many more classic cars to show. I do have a couple of Corvettes to show that I find interesting but that’s about it for the cars.
I went out shooting on Sunday and was interested in photographing some of the iconic landmarks around Dubuque. I’m not thrilled with the results so I’ll decide if they see any time on the blog. 🙂
Thanks for stopping by the blog. Enjoy your day and be careful.