Portrait with her antique car

Rebecca is turning fifty and wanted to surprise her son with a portrait of her fabulous 1966 car and her grandson. We moved the session up earlier in the evening because she did not want to chance the rain. It ended up being beautiful but way too bright for some of the shots. We went to different locations since she wanted to have the beach in the background and there aren't a lot of beach accesses  where you can drive close to the sand and be able to turn the car at an angle. The pipes on this car were impressive and loud.

Rebecca is turning fifty and wanted to surprise her son with a portrait of her fabulous 1966 Plymouth with her grandson. We moved the session up earlier in the evening because she did not want to chance the rain. It ended up being beautiful but way too bright for some of the shots. We went to different locations since she wanted to have the beach in the background and there aren’t a lot of beach accesses where you can drive close to the sand and be able to turn the car at an angle. The pipes on this car were impressive and loud.

End of the street

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