I went to Crescent Lake Park with the fam to check out a community yard sale in search of a cheap tennis racquet and beyond hope an old, sturdy tripod that could tie me over until I get my dream Gitzo carbon fiber tripod. I found neither, but there was something unexpected, a classic Ford Galaxie. It was owned by a retired gentleman from my home state of Rhode Island! I struck up a conversation with him about this and that.
Naturally I asked him if he minded if I took a few photos. He said not at all. So I whipped out the D300 which had my Nikkor 105mm VR Micro f/2.8G lens on it, not the ideal lens for photographing a car in whole. Also, it was sitting in the middle of a huge grass field in the bright noon Florida sun. So I just made the photos I could in that situation with the gear I had.
I gave the owner my business card and said I'd love to have another chance to photograph his classic ride for free with my usual car photography kit with me. I'm not sure if he'll take me up on that offer, but I do know he and some other old-timers hangout at this donut shop on 9th Avenue where all kinds of stories are told. So I will most definitely go and check out that place because I of course love donuts, and I would really like to hear stories about the old days and what they used to do in their cars.