K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge: State of the Art: Yesterday, Today, and Maybe Tomorrow!

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Greetings All.

Sadly, I’m a day late on this one, but I’m still posting it because, yeah, why wouldn’t I?

Typically, for those who know and for those of you who don’t, my buddy Dale and I offer up new prompts on our ongoing, K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge each Friday.

Come the following Monday, we do our ‘unveiling’ of those responses we’ve gotten to that particular weekly challenge.

Here’s hoping even with it being Tuesday as I post, some of you may still choose to add you creative voices to our prompt:

STATE OF THE ART: YESTERDAY, TODAY, AND MAYBE TOMORROW

Now, for me, I pretty much went with my initial thoughts on this one. Those who have known me for some length of time may know of my love for super fast, exotic cars.

I’d love to tell you one of the following shots are of MY car, but no, I’m content for now to just say these shots come from one of the fantastic car shows, called Coffee and Croissants, held here in Northern California.

These exotic car exhibitions are always held outdoors with the magnificent San Francisco Bay as the back drop.

Best of all, the shows are free to the public… along with hot croissants and coffee!

Here’s the shots I chose for this week’s challenge:

 

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Whether interior or exterior, I remain fascinated by these beautiful ‘state of the art’ vehicles.

The one thing I seemed to never remember my camera is capable of doing is taking video! It would come in handy as these shows always open with a parade of cars making their way through traffic to the show site… and it is a sight, trust me.

So, as mentioned earlier in this post, and as evidenced by its Tuesday arrival, this one’s late, but maybe a few more of you will choose to join us anyway. You won’t even have to do Monday over again!

Here’s to a great week ahead for us ALL!

K’lee L. © 2019

 

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