Friday, September 18, 2015

Changes in the Air...

If you've been signed up for this blog for some time, you know I haven't posted much in the last two years...sometimes life gets in the way, as I'm sure has happened to most of you at times. Also as a blog follower, you know it has been dedicated to all things automotive.

I'm excited to say I've been expanding my horizons with my photography. Well, that said horizon, was a major part of my life as a young person, and it's finally finding its way back to me. Now don't go jumping ship on me yet, I'll still be posting content jam packed with automotive, but it will also be seasoned with vintage artifacts from the past and, not to get stale, there will also be some off the wall images posted along the way.

You ask, "Why is he doing this?" Over the last few years I'm happy to say I've had more and more requests from people to purchase my images, as the example below. So, I figure this adjustment in format, with images available for purchase within each post, is the best way to keep track, rather than driving myself crazy with special requests.

So, please stay tuned. I think you'll enjoy it.

An image captured during the Coronado Speed Festival of Hans Lapine ripping through a corner in his Porsche 914/6 GT with a Corvette hot on his heels. This image is hanging in his office as a one off, printed on archival paper.


6 comments:

  1. There are times when an image tells the story and captures the emotion better than words. This image is one of those.

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    1. Thanks, David! I think that's what making good photos is all about, giving the viewer a feeling. I hope you enjoy what I'm going to be posted down the road.

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    1. Nope, same one I've been using for some time now. But, I'm always looking at the new stuff coming out.

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  3. Howard Gire(BEACHSNAKE98)September 24, 2017 at 10:08 AM

    I love your images and admire the evolution of your work. Needless to say, I am very envious also. Keep up the good work John!

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