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26th Annual Cutsforth’s Cruise In Car Show

Chris and I usually go to Canby’s Annual Cutsforth’s Cruise In Car Show.  They really didn’t want to cancel the show, so the Cruise In organizers worked with the county and came up with a way to have the car show.  It was held at our fairgrounds. Cars on show had to be at least 6 feet apart.  They were parked along the various roads and drives in the fairgrounds.  It was strictly a “drive through” event.  So Chris and I went to join in on the activities.

We had three cameras, with very different lenses and ended up with well over 300 photos from the event.  Here are a few of them.  I picked one from each camera and lens.

Lens Sony 28-70mm

Lens Sony 18-200mm

Sony 10-18 wide angle lens

I had to capture the Faux Batmobile.  Sony 18-200mm lens.

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    • It’s a huge tradition and town. It was well thought out and planned well. Police and fireman were out helping. They had a fire engine and the horn would be blown … no doubt to entertain the kids (of all ages).

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  1. Fabulous photos and cars Cee 🙂 300 photos….I was expecting to be scrolling for days lol
    What a great way to have a car show with the family cars cruising the cruisers


  2. How creative to get the show going despite covid! Brilliant. And your photos are stunningly beautiful as always. Love that green number one – and the batmobil of course! What a great day out!


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