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You may have noticed that I recently decided that I should include automobile photography in my repertoire. It’s fairly similar to aviation photography in many ways, except for the fact that obviously there is no flying involved. Thus far the Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum has been my primary place to pursue this endeavor.
Thus, tomorrow’s activities seem like a no brainer. I am going to WAAAM’s second annual Traffic Jam, a cruise in of antique automobiles. I don’t know what to expect really, having not been last year. However, I am told this is going to be a cruise-in like I’ve never seen before with a huge range of autos, with some being quite older than I’ve seen before at cruise-ins.
I am going to shoot in the morning and volunteer in the afternoon. I don’t expect to make any portfolio quality images, but I will be able to meet some people, shoot a little, see tons of cool cars, and give back to an institution that has been very important to me lately.
I suggest you go check out this great show in Hood River tomorrow and take a look at my portfolio of vehicles that travel the surface of the earth.