Old to New Transformation

© Debra P. Chenault

Old to New Transformation

Uploaded: January 05, 2006


My son working on the restoration of his 1961 Impala. 1/500, F6.3, ISO 400.


Michelle D. Milliman January 05, 2006

This is cool! Love the reflections!!! :) #369953

Jim Macino January 07, 2006

I like it for several reasons. One is seeing a youngster working and taking pride in the car. He'll be a better, and more responsible driver because of his vested interest. Another is the "story" the picture is telling (the old picture worth a thousand words...).
And of course a Mom who can take a great photo of a "classic" and connect the "transforming".

Jim #2261721

Debra P. Chenault January 08, 2006

Thanks Michelle and Jim! #2265843

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