We decided to head down to the Frankenmuth Auto Fest this evening. The plan was to drive into town, park the Jeep and get an ice cream cone. We found a bench on the side of the road and sat down to watch the parade of classic cars drive by. This night the cars just cruise back and forth down Main Street, and it brought back memories for me of nights long ago, cruising up and down Woodward Avenue. It’s funny to me, some of the cars I thought weren’t so cool back then, look awesome now. Some of the owners choose to restore their car to original condition, just as it came off the line; others customize their car and turn it into a souped up hot rod with custom paint, lots of chrome, and an awesome engine. I am not an expert on engines, and all the different parts, but I do enjoy looking at the cars. The car pictured above really drew me in, the beautiful red paint shining, the chrome accents, and the custom engine cut out, were what pulled me closer for a more detailed look. I am not sure what kind of car this is, the seats said Willys. Definitely a cool ride.
My Fifty second consecutive photo posted on my Project 365 Blog! I was PUZZLED (I know, that’s pretty weak), as to what photo to take today. Vicki and I love Honey Crisp apples and I just bought some yesterday. They are so sweet and tasty, you don’t mind eating an apple a day, or maybe two or three. So I decided my subject today would be the Honey Crisp apples. They are so shiny and red with some yellow, green accents. As I uploaded the pictures, I started playing around with some of the settings in Photoshop. The apples looked great without adjustments, but I found a layer style called Puzzle, that I have never used. I tried it and I think it looks great! This would be a very difficult, but fun puzzle to put together.