This is something the entire town looks forward to every year. Part of the Wheels of Time Rod & Custom Jamboree is the annual rod run. People line up all along the parade route to check these beauties out. You have the old-timey rods.
Years ago, the club restricted a cut-off for entries to 1963 and before. Last year they expanded to include up to 1970.
This '69 Camaro met an untimely end!
Not more than 5 minutes after I took the previous pic, the car fell victim to an electrical fire.
As long as I can remember, this one has always been the caboose, signalling the end of the run.
I'm back after a little hiatus. Last summer my home was broken into and among the things we lost were my computers and nearly two years of photography work. Since then things have been quite crazy between that, work and life in general. I've still been doing photography work, but it's been taking me some time to get to editing the pix. I've been slugging ahead and have finally gotten them all finished. Here's a preview of what I've been up to.
These are a couple from Ric Toole Band 's gig @ Macungie V.F.W. last fall.
These are from Ric Toole Band's gig @ Emaus Fire Co. #1's Halloween Bash.
Here's a couple from Smith Compound @ Macungie V.F.W. last fall.
A couple from Smith Compound Band @ Citizen's Fire Co. #2 in Emmaus last fall.
Here's Stonecat @ Emmaus V.F.W. last winter.
Ric Toole Band @ Emaus Fire Co. #1 earlier this Spring.
Here's a band I did for the first time a couple of weeks ago. Bootleg Express @ Citizen's Fire Co. #2 in Emmaus. I'm hoping to do these guys again soon.
Now that things seem to be getting back to it's normal insanity I'll be updating more often. I'll be doing individual posts for the bands I previewed here, as well as some other stuff.