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Pebble Beach Concours video and photos

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I had the pleasure of attending the Pebble Beach Concours today.   The Concours has posted the full video of the award ceremony here: 

 

 

Here are some pictures  I took of some favorite cars from the show: 

 

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A few more.  Obviously this is only a small fraction of the amazing cars at the show, but they're the ones that caught my eye the most given my interests and taste.

 

 

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thank you for sharing the photo with us.

Walt

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Too bad Pebble Beach won't schedule a time for ' press (or professional) photographers only' with no other spectators around.  The best photo in this set is the one of the gray '31 Bentley.

 

Craig

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8 hours ago, 8E45E said:

Too bad Pebble Beach won't schedule a time for ' press (or professional) photographers only' with no other spectators around.  The best photo in this set is the one of the gray '31 Bentley.

 

Craig

 

From what I can tell, there are lots of people aiming to get great pictures with no people in the background, and some going to great lengths to do so.    I just didn't happen to be one of them.

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The judges were at that topper MB and a civilian with a camera was ordering everybody to move, including the judges, so he could get a clear shot.   Would have been interesting if everyone tried that approach.

 

a scheduled photo time is unrealistic given how condensed the time is but just as the cars are in the field before the spectators get there you can get clear shots.

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I sure do like to see good pictures of beautiful cars without being blocked by other people. However, I also enjoy seeing people in the backgrounds as well. In part, I like to see people enjoying a wonderful day. I also sometimes get to see people I know in the backgrounds! And I really enjoy that!

Thank you for sharing the photos!

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IMG_1789.thumb.JPG.6f6fa0dcadf95fad1ca120b928587f16.JPGMy daughter and I  look good with the Caddy V-16, glad were in the right spot at the right time. Bob 

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7 minutes ago, 3makes said:

Bob in a jacket and tie. That is a picture in its self.

This was a great year, when I checked the pockets only last years PB items came out, no wake cards from lost friends. 

 

 

Bob 

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Can you post the video down in the "photo and video" section so it stays toward the top longer ?

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Thank You 1935Packard, I enjoyed the car pictures and even the well dressed people.  A welcome

change from T-Shirts & Shorts at most car shows, especially the folks in period clothing.

Well done!

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A few of my favorites.........

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Last one above and a few driving off the field......

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Ed, The Rolls looked great, congratulations on the award. Just a quick comparison with the 1928 down the row showed a nice upgrade with the cowl lights to fender light transition. What was the reasoning behind the free hanging rear fenders, does the frame flex that much? Just a detail I noticed. Bob 

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Steve, That is a 1909 Thomas Flyer six cylinder K 6-70 Flyabout. Besides the program everyone can get a copy of the Car Guide with the history of every car entered.There isn't enough time to see every car in detail, but it makes for great post show reading. Bob 

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