Another great summer is over, but I’m glad fall is finally here, and hopefully with it some cooler weather.
We finished our sixth year at the Sawdust and I’m already thinking about next year's display. The Sawdust is really an amazing event - we met lots of interesting people, made new friends, and really just enjoyed ourselves, even though the show is a lot of hard work. We'll plan on seeing you in 2016.
For all you Porsche fans, I just returned from Rennsport V - the world's largest gathering of Porsches. The venue was the Mazda Raceway - Laguna Seca, in Monterey, CA. It's a perfect location to really show off some amazing automotive works of art. Food at these events is always fun too - BBQ, lobster rolls, hot dogs and hamburgers - just what you would expect. Here's a link to just a sampling of images - I'm sure that those of you who know me know that I took more than a "few" images. I also shot a number of aerial images from a helicopter that you might enjoy. And on my return trip home I drove Highway 1, considered one of the most beautiful drives in the world. Images will be posted soon.
As for the rest of the year, other than more road trips to continue working on my Back Roads of America project, I'm not quite sure where my next international trip will be. The primary requirements are 1 - I haven't been there before, and 2 - The places I go should be outside the major metropolitan centers - maybe places like the Outer Hebrides in Scotland, Easter Island, Bolivia and Columbia, maybe Ethiopia. Something different.
That's it for now. I hope you enjoy my photos. And if you ever need any assistance with your photography, or suggestions for places to go, please do not hesitate to contact me.