Paradise Road Show took place in Palm Springs. A mecca of modernist villa architecture from the middle of the last century, the California desert town of Palm Springs owes its popularity to the invention of air conditioning in the fifties. Continue Reading..
There are loud engine noises coming off what looks like a cast-iron bathtub on wheels. It’s a 1934 Ford Hot Rod heading towards the beach in Wildwood, New Jersey. Meanwhile, the rules of the race are being announced to the spectators and riders from a lifeguard tower. In order to participate in “The Race of Gentlemen” (aka TROG), many have come from far and wide, bringing their pre-1935 American cars. These vintage cars are also restricted to replacement or add-on parts from the early 1950s at the latest. Continue Reading..
Here is a first selection from my Patagonia pictures. Need to develop more than 30 rolls of Kodak Tri-X. More will come soon. Continue Reading..
Pendine Sands Hot Rod Races
Salt, gasoline, and adrenaline are in the air shortly before eleven o’clock on the Pendine Sands beach in South Wales. It’s June 24, 2017, the start of the fourth two-day race put on by the Vintage Hot Rod Association. The sea knew well enough to take precautions and give the speed fanatics plenty of room as the hot rods, mostly American classic cars of the 1930s and 40s, lined up at the starting line. Continue Reading..
Thanks for featuring my ‘Pendine Sands Racing’ photostory in the resent issue from Fine Art Printer magazine! Continue Reading..