A gorgeous vintage Citroen on the streets of the Jordaan area of Amsterdam.
More of one of the vintage trucks in Toronto’s Distillery District. See more from the Distillery District series.
A rear corner of an old delivery wagon, stacked with whiskey barrels, in the Distillery District.
Vintage pickup truck parked in Toronto’s Distillery District, also seen in a previous shot.
A long exposure of a group of falls on the Argentina side, processed to look like vintage wet-plate photo chemistry.
Along the path on Governors Island. My guess is that >90% of attendants dress in period clothes. And if you don’t arrive in hip threads, local vintage shops have outposts selling everything from bathing suits to actual suits.
I had never tried St. Germain, the French elderflower-based liqueur, before the Jazz Era Lawn Party. But the cocktails and sangria, served by the dapper staff as the bands played on, made me a fast fan. And the half dozen period delivery trucks were a perfect compliment to the day.
Driving more than 2500 km around New Zealand is an endeavour filled with hazards. But winding roads and falling rocks and monsoon rains are to be expected. It’s the bridges I’m not prepared for. Constructing highways through challenging landscapes has led to bridge designs that are rather shocking by North American standards.