Cars loaned to us by a friend, (thank you so much) for my sisters wedding.

Two beautiful cars that were stunning together, 1955 Buick and 2008 Morgan Aero.

As Donna and Neil were away down the beach with the photographer I took my chance with the last rays of light of the day and the setting sun to snap my interpretation of the shot the photographer wanted. Will be interested to see how they all turn out though.

Yes, I was duty driver… The Buick is like a great big old boat that floats down the road and (literally) floats round corners too!
The Morgan is just a pure all out roadster with immense power, traction to the road like it’s on rails, did I mention the only one in NZ?!

Sony a350 1/13sec at f5, ISO400, 45mm

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Comments

  • Vikram Franklin
    Vikram Franklinover 5 years ago

    What amazing light!!! This has got to be one of my all time fav car shots!! (still iffy about the alloys on the Morgan though!!)

  • Vikram, Naaa she’s all out beautiful :op with those sexy 18" rims

    – Dean Mullin

  • micheleirene
    micheleireneover 5 years ago

    Dayummm x’s two! Wow….what a great shot Dean! This is so great! Love it for so many reasons! Noice image mate!

  • Thanks Shelly! really love your comments, you know that:o)

    – Dean Mullin

  • Cagey
    Cageyover 5 years ago

    Gorgeous shot. What an unusual but beautiful pairing perfectly accented by the setting sun. Bravo!

  • Cheers Kurt. – They are a beautiful pair and were perfect for the wedding!

    – Dean Mullin

  • mollymum
    mollymumover 5 years ago

    stunning shot!

  • Thank you so much Colleen!

    – Dean Mullin

  • Scott  d'Almeida
    Scott d'Almeidaover 5 years ago

    fabulous

  • Thanks Scott

    – Dean Mullin

  • thv73
    thv73over 5 years ago

    Can you find more opposite driving philosophies than these two? Don’t think so. You are really lucky to have been given a chance to set these two ones in the same frame. plus your photo works like works, the background, the setting light… It’s like you’ve waited for the perfect moment to manage the perfect shot. Bravo!

  • Thanks, but believe me – there wasn’t a lot of time… My sis had a Winter wedding at 3:30 and by the time we got to the beach here with the wedding photographer it was close on Sunset (around 5pm)on what was a very grey (but calm and dry) day. – We were running around trying to make the most of the remaining light we had left. I decided to line up these two cars whilst the wedding party were down the beach. – I could see the opportunity was fading fast to catch what was the only sunshine of the day with the two cars and it was setting fast.

    I’m glad I got this and the wedding photies with us stood lined up in between the cars should be stunning:)

    my Sis should be pleased!

    – Dean Mullin

  • TickerGirl
    TickerGirlover 5 years ago

    Great photo Dean, what a pair!

  • Thanks Monika, lovely aren’t they

    – Dean Mullin

  • Alixzandra
    Alixzandraover 5 years ago

    Morgan…:))) stunning motor. Great photography, great vehicles, and lovely backdrop. Hope you enjoyed the drive!!

  • thanks Alixzandra, I sure did!

    – Dean Mullin

  • Cathleen Tarawhiti
    Cathleen Taraw...over 5 years ago

    Congratulations, you are featured on the New Zealand Made group homepage :)

  • thanks Cathleen – that really means a lot to me – and my sis!

    – Dean Mullin

  • WildBillPho
    WildBillPhoover 5 years ago

    Excellent work! Worth all the running you had to do for sure…

  • Cheers Bill!

    – Dean Mullin

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