Fine Art and digitally processed images of cars. A lot has changed since Henry Ford said: “People can have the Model T in any color – so long as it’s black.” My first car was the 1969 Ford Cortina GT. This was something of a curiosity in Israel in those days, as in contrast to a ‘normal’ car with a front bench seating three people and a steering wheel gear shift, this one had twin leather bucket seats with a floor mounted stick shift in between. I loved the car and enjoyed doing most of the service jobs myself. The cars of today are of another breed - all computers and hi-tech. Peter Gabriel said in one of his songs: “All of those cars were once just a dream in somebody’s head”. And what dreams they were! I like photographing cars and in this book I want to display some of the shots I like the most. The cars are from various periods, some new some old and some even older, some bright and shiny, some old and rusty but all beautiful and the products of somebody’s dream. The cars we drive say a lot about us and our attitude to life. I don’t know what type of car Mavis Leyrer drives but I definitely subscribe to her philosophy: “Life’s journey is not to arrive at the grave safely, in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting ‘Holy shit, what a ride!’” I hope that you enjoy looking at the pictures as much as I enjoyed shooting and processing them.