Completely out of the blue, on a beautiful sunny Sunday morning, I noticed a quite a few old muscle cars driving by my house and decided to grab my camera and follow!  What I stumbled upon was the Camaro and Firebird Club of Australia, having a picnic.  I’m very happy with these photos, they turned out sharp and full of smooth, bold colours- really showing off the amazing detail and love that go into keeping these 60’s and 70’s machines going and looking as bright and shiny as they ever have.

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And these skies are real! It was a stunning day, thank-you polariser!

Interesting how some design features last through many generations of the car.  I’m pretty sure it didn’t do much to keep these monsters planted though!

A faded icon…

I think in a regular car, I could have framed one other car, maybe two, but this Impalla’s expanse of leather, chrome and glass let me fit 5 with space for more! Not my sort of a car, but quite an amazing showpiece really. It reminds me of a 1950’s diner on wheels!