This weeks photo challenge at The Daily Post is called “Gone, But not Forgotten”.
Although, this is a kind of typical November theme and my first idea led me to a cemetery, I picked this photo for you. It’s taken on Cuba last year and shows one of the wonderful vintage cars. I like these cars because of their shape. They are beautiful designed and have a kind of character, other than todays cars. Modern cars are so uniform.
There are so many of them still on the road. Thus it was a feast for me to see them rolling.
Just in case, you like them too, I published a calendar with some of these beautiful cars. Ordering information is in one of my last posts.
(as always: click on the photos to see them in a bigger size)
18 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Gone, But Not Forgotten”
It looks like car with wings 🙂 or at least a spirit…
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A classic never gets old! Great choice for this week’s challenge.
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I’ve always wanted to visit Cuba to see all the old cars, it looks like somewhere that’s trapped in a lovely time warp!
Yes, it was a fantastic experience.
Lovely memory! I feel quite sad today, the last Opel left the Opelwerke in Bochum, Germany. Now that’s history too …
What an enjoyable interpretation, Solaner.
Very classic! Cuba and its vintage cars came to my mind too when I first saw the theme! But I made a last minute change and posted something else 🙂
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Nice choice – brings back great memories!
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Nice capture! I was in Venezuela a few years ago and was amazed to see so many 70’s era American cars…most in good condition. Fun to see these old cars in good working order.
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love those vintage cars too!!