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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dan Greenberg, May 15, 2015.
okndnx - I don't remember seeing it but I will check. I assume it's the one in your avatar.
As always a great pic Dan, this car belongs to a friend of mine who drove down from Kansas City to enjoy the festivities!
Thanks for pointing this out to me wide34.
I love the angles that you shoot, You always seem to get it Purrfect.
Thanks a lot Bulletnose26 and Mick(straykatkustoms). Sorry it is taking so long to get them done. Real life has been extraordinarily busy.
Worth the wait, like getting one piece of candy a day out of the box of chocolates
Thanks for posting - your work is outstanding!
Nice pics, Dan
Great pics of Great cars !
Thanks a lot Duncan(arkiehotrods), plumbid, Henry and Sanford. Thanks also for your patience. I needed to get my Custom Car Revival thread (http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/...ally-fabulous-2015-custom-car-revival.979618/ )started out as well and from here on will be trying to feed them both equally. There are still a lot of images for both to come as well as still some for the 2015 Lone Star Roundup thread.
Kool pics dan, You got to love the wagon.
I wanted to jump in that wagon and head to Lake Copan!
Note to self... Find a good parking spot when Dan is at the show! I always like your work! Great shot of Ron's wagon and RV!
I heard people talking about the wagon, but I never saw it. That is awesome!!
Thanks Mick, Duncan, guthriesmith, and Jimmy. It definitely was one of the coolest things at the show. I saw another car which if I remember right was either a Packard or Hudson that also had a old cool trailer escaping on the street behind the Dewey Hotel before I ever got a chance to shoot it or even see it for that matter. Note to guthriesmith(what is your real name? ) - if I'm at the show, maybe we can pose it somewhere - especially late in the day Friday or Saturday or early Sunday morning. Dewey is both cool and challenging. Ron's wagon image had a lot of work done on it - mostly because I get obsessed sometimes and waste way too much time on a specific picture. I took out all of the utility poles and wires and reconstructed stuff behind and all other sorts of insanity.
Mike Meeker's '36 is SO cool. I got to watch it in my rear view mirror for about half the trip home, and I followed him about 1/3 of the way to the event, after catching up to him and Jim Pike on the way there.
Hey Dan, real name is Jeff Smith. I am friends with Bret, Jimmy, Dr. Dave, and Duncan and will try to have one of them introduce us sometime.
No surprise here,great pics and cars. Thanks Dan
Thanks i.rant( I would love to know your real name too). Thanks Jeff for telling me your real name - HAMB names drive me crazy sometimes. Feel free to introduce yourself next time we are in the same local. Just look for a nerdy looking guy with a knee pad and usually a floppy, goofy looking Aussie hat.
Here is a somewhat crazy version of the car I want to see and photo the most when it's done.
Rare picture of Dan Greenberg Selfie photo taken by Dr. Dave.
Travis aka Royboy productions and Dan Greenberg ( Jeff aka Mongo the Photo Bomber)
LOL. I took that photo in Austin....walked up behind Dan before he saw me and stuck my phone in front of us. LOL
Thanks for the pics Mick and Dave. Luckily I don't look totally wiped out, so I like them.
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