Model Ts, A New 1926 Dress, And New Shoes: Part II

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A 1926 Ford Model T.

Remember last post, I told you I was going to share some “artsy” photos from the Model T event that occurred recently? Here we are, it’s time.

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Close up of a wheel with the Ford logo in the center.

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Isn’t the stop/brake light situation cute? I love it!

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I like the spare tire on this green car.

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And the glass in this headlight has a lovely pattern.

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I wanted to get this shot of the Ford logo with my new shoes, American Duchess Gibsons.

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Here I am! Someone else got me getting my feet!

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Speaking of shoes, we were playing with focus in this shot and the next.

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Same photo, but in one the focus is the wheel and in the other it’s my feet.

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Attached to one of the cars. (The 18th Amendment is the one that established Prohibition.)

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See us reflected in the windshield? We tried to look like we were driving, but that didn’t work, so we had to settle with this.

That’s it! I hope you enjoyed this 1920s Model T adventure. I sure did!

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