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    Default Phil Aynsley's Louwman Museum Photo shoot

    I've been wanting to highlight Phil's photography here for a while now. I think this Louwman Museum shoot should appeal :-)

    Phil Aynsley Photography - Louwman Museum - 215/LM - 1

    Bill

    P.S. Find yourself a few hours to spare and browse the site , (he's a big motorcycle fan)

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    Thank you for a marvelous journey.

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    Fascinating. Regards Tyrone.

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    Great tour, thanks for sharing.

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    That building & setting is so beautiful, I've wanted to visit since the new facility opened.
    Had not previously registered it was designed by Michael Graves.

    All that money and accumulated collection from a Mopar dealership!

    smt

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    Fantastic!

    Thanks for posting, I want the car/boat!

    I'm putting it on my list for my next visit there.

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    Every time you surprise me, your photos are fantastic!

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    "The selected album does not exist"

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnnaBergen View Post
    Every time you surprise me, your photos are fantastic!
    Thank you!

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    Holy cow! Not only is the photography excellent, the museum (and photo collection) bring together this huge "design language" for cars that is vastly more diverse than what we are driving on our roads today. Mini cars, boat cars, ocarina cars, swan cars, plank cars, three wheelers, early 1900's electric cars, Art Deco, custom body work, you name it. I didn't expect to look at all 127 photos in the collection, but there was a lot to see.

    So glad this thread was resurrected, as I didn't view it when it was first started.


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