On Saturday, Gilmore Museum had a Jeep and Trucks show. It was a beautiful morning, and although I own a Jeep, I couldn't resist riding my Harley to the show.
The Museum sits on 90 acres of beautifully manicured lawns. It's buildings house one of the biggest collection of vintage cars in the country.
I arrived around 10:30, and there was already an extensive collection of Jeeps and Trucks.
As I wandered around the grounds taking pictures, the crowd grew larger. I had to wait at times to get a shot without people.
The owners were having a lot of fun talking to people about there customized Jeeps and Trucks.
Some of the trees on the grounds are starting to show some color. It's here, fall, I hate what comes next.
I took these photos with my Fuji 100v. It's a perfect walk-around camera for events like this.
Photography should be fun! It's not about the phone or camera brand you're using. Always remember, your best photographs are the result of one thing, making an effort to get out and shoot.
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