ISO 200, 50mm, f/7.0, HDR—1/200, 1/3200, 1/800, 1/50 sec
I don't do many HDR photos, but every once in a while I see something that suggests it might be a good candidate.
Cars are one of those things that always fascinate me. Old is best, rust is good and then, there is the generation I grew up with.
When we were wandering around Scio yesterday, we walked past this Chevy Malibu parked in front of overgrown wisteria. I am fairly certain that underneath the wisteria is probably the garage the Malibu was once parked inside.
The car tags were current, so at least this one is still maintained unlike some many of the other cars we've stopped to photograph.
ISO 100, 24mm, f/16, HDR—1/40, 1/160, 1/10, 0.4 sec.
When I saw the Malibu, it immediately brought my attention back to the Catalina that I found in a field nearly 18 months ago. I loved this image and probably remains one of my favorites. According to the tags, she took her last ride in 1974.
We drove by the field again today, just in case. The Catalina was gone. I hope someone took her home to give her the TLC she justly deserved.