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L.E.N.S. photo challenge: cropped

 This was my favorite group of the Atlanta parade on Saturday...the Model A Restorers of Georgia.  The cars were so fun to see and hear.  There were so many of them it was hard to take them all in as they rolled by us.  Would love to see these at a car show sometime to enjoy all the hard work put into restoring such grand cars of their day. 
This was the original...I cropped out the first car (that I missed by a second's hesitation) and the person in the dark coat walking down the street. 

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  1. Oh oh oh I LOVE the Model A's! I LOVE your crop!! Oh and the cute street. How wonderful and beautiful!! How lucky to have seen such beautiful history. Thank you for sharing. :) I hope your weekend was great.

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  2. Thanks, LyndsD! We had a wonderfully fun weekend!

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  3. I love old fashioned things. These cars are terrific. But isn't it amazing how far we have come? There is so much technology today. It is almost scary how quickly it changes.

    If I had my way things would go at a slower pace...like these cars! (:>)

    Glad you had fun at the parade.

    Linda @ Truthful Tidbits

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  4. neat photo, I love the old cars, and the decorations!

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