December in Wisconsin is usually freezing and dreary, but on this day in 1998 it was in the 60s, a rare event.
I picked my daughter up from Kindergarten and we photographed a neighbor’s 1933 Alfa Romeo 2300. His collection was comprised of Italian classics (mostly Alfas) with little or no restoration, just the graceful patina of time. He lived a few blocks away in a large 1920s home known affectionally as “The Castle.”
Often we’ll search for hours for the perfect location to photograph a vehicle; on this day “The Castle” was perfect!
Sinar F1 4×5 camera, Schneider 210 Symmar lens, Fuji Velvia 50 film.