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The simple realization that time lost is lost forever, is one I find utterly frightening.

Great photography is ultimately not about cameras; great photography is about great photographs.

A great photographer is a person who makes great photographs, not necessarily a person who owns a great camera or lens.

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  • John Schneider
    John Schneiderabout 2 years ago

    My Dad owned a 1951 “bathtub” Nash, I learned to drive in a ‘56 Nash Statesman… Great composition of the nose of this ’bathtub’ edition. Monte, the “Hot Rod Grills” series of image are terrific!

  • Thanks John, I only like shooting these old relics from the front.

    – Monte Morton

  • artwhiz47
    artwhiz47about 2 years ago

    I love all these Grilles… but this one in particular made me grin. Not only is it grinning at me itself, it brings back memories of a Nash of this vintage that my mother got as a loaner car from her ever-resourceful mechanic. Mom was used to driving a Renault R-8 at the time, & this loaner was christened The Monster by us. I was with her when she drove the 25 or so miles from the garage, & we were hysterical with glee by the time we got home. I kept opening the passenger’s-side door a crack to see where the edge of the road was! That car was even the same color as this. Great work on this whole series, Monte! Love John S’s comment, too.

  • That’s funny, this one looked brand new.

    – Monte Morton

  • Berns
    Bernsabout 2 years ago

    I want one, great capture

  • Thanks Berns

    – Monte Morton

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