Car Show (series) Written by Anna Eyler Car Show – Old Salem, Winston-Salem NC Share this:TwitterFacebookPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related 38 thoughts on “Car Show (series)” cool cars.. 😀 Reply Great photography, nice composition, colour and clarity…sounds like diamonds! I love cars, the older the better. Reply Love a car show! It’s more fun when you’re a participant in it! Triumphs are one of my favorites! Photos are great! Reply I really like the last red one. I don’t ever see myself driving an older car but I do like looking at them although I’ve never been to a car show. Maybe I should try it out? lol Reply I recently wrote a piece in a magazine about a $3 million 1936 Mercedes Benz that once belonged to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s family… While I’m not a huge car fan, it’s stories like that and photos like yours that can certainly make me appreciate the “art” that is classic cars! 🙂 Reply Oh drool. British cars galore! MG’s! Morris Minors! Triumphs too!!! Some look like Austin Healys or Sunbeams, but it’s not surprising, there was some overlap in style and ownerships. I’ll give the German Porsche a pass. 😉 Reply Nice photos. I recently went to a local cruise night and posted some photos of the cars there on my blog. Most of them were a bit newer than the ones you have here, though. 🙂 Reply Love the photos. I have a few classics myself. Keep up the good work. Reply oh, maybe you should show it up to everyone can look, ok? 🙂 Great Photos. Reply I love the crips and clean designs of the old classics. Reply I love the 365a in the first pic. I have seen that in a wide body were the wheel wells had been extended it was hot. Reply there are some great photos here. Reply loved those pics Reply Omg, sweet rides! Reply Great photos. We have a similar show coming up called the Glenmore Gathering. Reply awesome blog. love your pictures! Reply Anna, I was there. It was a beautiful day in Old Salem. The cars were beautiful and the surroundings were just perfect. Now, if you had only taken a picture of my Jaguar. Reply Beautiful !! Reply I’m 901! your pics are great. my brother is an artist and his specialty is old cars…you two need to compare compositions sometime. when’s your photo show? oooh…lightbulb?! we need to do a classy, good art show with your photography, susan’s art, ruan’s art, and whoever else we can put in there. you know, something really professional, classy but edgy and really cool! sounds like something we all can work on, huh. Great work, Anna! Reply We love the Brits! Great shots! Reply Love this post very much! Reply Wonderful cars and beautiful colors. What camera were you using? Reply This is the most awesome thing ever… Entertainment rules! Reply I like classic car because look to the magical. Driving and listening to classical music. It is wonderful. LOL Reply if you like classic cars you should take a look at this post of mine http://robertboteybeguiristain.wordpress.com/2011/09/14/cars-3/ cheers Reply Its so true, Vintage is Gold. Classy. Also, photographed very well, lighting and compositions are well handled. Reply nice car..nice shots… ♥ Reply can we get a little more info about where the pictures are taken and when. sort help bring more life and meaning to them maybe? Reply Great photos. Drove an mga some years..now it is norwgian army car that is placed in my garage… Reply Lovely cars, and great pictures of them. Reply very nice! I don’t these kind of cars at my side of the world… so its really nice!! Reply Seeing these pictures brings back great memories of when I was the owner of a 1934 Dodge 5 window coupe. I had her close to 15 years, and driiving her in the Fourth of July parades in McKinney, Texas, was always a thrill for me. I think of this grand lady often, and regretted greatly, the day I re-sold her. Congrads on being chosen for FP. Story and pictures were well done. Reply Hi, everyone! In response to some requests for more info on the car show, from which these images emerged, I have provided a link below. I originally went to the event – Brenner Walk, Bike Race & Euro-Classica Car Show – to cover the bike race, which I did. (The event was organized to bring awareness to childhood obesity.) While I was there I couldn’t help but capture some images of the beautiful classic cars. The show was open to the public, and it featured Italian, British, German, French, and Swedish cars – from the 1950’s on up to more modern cars – although I’d probably pick the older over the newer any day. As I went around, because of the picture-perfect setting (Old Salem, Winston-Salem NC) I wanted the composition to highlight the smooth lines of the cars against the puritanical backdrop. I love to capture images of old – anything – so car shows and Old Salem are ideal for me, and I’d highly recommend them to anyone. http://oldsalem.org/2011bikerace.html Reply those are nice vintage cars.. nice! hope to see more from you.. Reply Thanks for sharing the photos. I enjoy looking at well maintained, vintage autos. Connie http://7thandvine.wordpress.com/ Reply i love old cars and wish I could afford one. However I don’t think I can find the time to loving restore one now. However its my dream to one day to buy an old car and lovingly restore it… Reply amazing photos.. awesome blog.. Cheers! Reply The porssche is my pick. Great shots. thanks Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google account. 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