This one was from a 1938 Cadillac.
Continuing with our hood ornaments, this one is from a 1936 Buick Convertible.
This little guy was from an MG, and it’s named a Midge because they were produced for the MG Midget. According to the car owner, they didn’t last very long (one year) because nobody wanted a bug on their car. But, according to this website, they were produced in 1935 through 1939. This hood ornament […]Read Post ›
1935 Ford Convertible 1936 Ford Roadster
Yesterday we went to the HCCP Fall Meet which was being held at Delaware County Community College. I went with the intention to take shots of hood ornaments; I was not disappointed. Well, I might have been a little disappointed in the quality of some of my shots, but I also haven’t been practicing as […]Read Post ›
Walking through Doylestown, PA the other day, and I came across some shrubs with thick cobwebs covering them. It had rained overnight and the morning was cool, so the dew drops were still present. I thought they made a beautiful texture.
I like these types of street lamps. This was taken a while ago at the Strasburg Railroad. I think I need to start playing around with editing programs, the sky is so washed out.
If you’re into cars at all, then you know about the auto show located at Hershey, PA every October. This is the largest car show in North America, and it’s put on by the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA). It’s a big deal. It’s always the first full week of October, and starts with […]Read Post ›
Another one from the archives.
Lake Galena located at Peace Valley Park, Bucks County.