Happy Fourth of July

Red, white and blue Lincoln Continental in Los Angeles - Ameicana
After wrapping a shoot in Los Angeles, I headed to one of my favorite drives in America. Driving east on Sunset Boulevard through the opulence of Bel Air and Beverly Hills then past the Chateau Marmont onto the Sunset Strip, I drove past a service station I’d passed hundreds of times, tapped my brakes and headed back, because this time there was something different. Parked in front of their fading mural sat a cherry red 1960s Lincoln Continental convertible – the symbol of when America ruled the road and built the cars the world craved. It stood there in the perfect spot to complete an image of American Pride and hope…

CAMERA: Sony a900
LENS: Sony CZ 24-70/2.8

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