As another fundraiser for the Hamlin Library, we have produced a 2021 calendar with photos of the cars. The calendar includes 12 all new photos of the front of cars in the Bahre collection from 1910 - 1953. Mecum Car Auctions has provided support for the production of this calendar. Calendars will be available at the Founder's Day event this Saturday, July 17 and later through the library and other places. Contact the Hamlin Library to get your copy. 207-743-2980 [email protected]
What do you think? If you cannot acquire a calendar, please contact me.
This event is back for 2021 and here is the poster!
If you can't read it in the small size, the car is a 1930 Packard 745 Convertible Sedan by Dietrich. Here is a look behind the scenes at the photo session last November.
Without a polarizing filter to remove windshield glare.
With the polarizing filter.
As you can see, we tried a few different settings.
Taken at the "wrong" angle, and this long car looks very short.
With the light disappearing, the car heads off into the sunset. On the other side of the gate in the background are the buildings where the cars are stored. This Saturday cars will be on display inside (and outside, weather permitting) those buildings.
Here is the driver's seat of this car.
A promotional banner announcing the event will be on display in town. Here is the car photograph on the banner.
This 1947 Delahaye 135-M Roadster by Figoni & Falaschi was the subject of the 2014 poster.
There is another fundraiser as part of this event and I'll explain that in the next post.
Mount Avalon is on the south side of Crawford Notch.
Starting in a snowstorm.
Now that it is officially spring, I have waited long enough to show snowy winter pictures.
Mount Washington from Sweden, Maine.
Sucker Brook, West Lovell, Maine. A sucker is a kind of fresh water fish.
The Shawnee Peak Ski Area on Pleasant Mountain in Bridgton, Maine from Moose Pond.
The next image is a lurid tail of life and death in the wilds. Yes, the were drops of blood in the snow above that animal's hole.
Mount Jefferson from Pinkham Notch.
The Great Glens snow coach coming back down the Mount Washington Auto Road.
Goose Eye Mountain from Berlin, New Hampshire
And the northern Presidentials from Berlin, New Hampshire.
Mount Meader from the Basin, North Chatham, New Hampshire.
Trending into spring.
And this is the cover of the Fall/Winter 2020 issue. These are the works for an antique wooden clock that have been removed from the case. Here is the larger setup which shows the movement is working.
Check out the article online. Perhaps you even want to visit Mark in Cornish.
Can you spot the sundial?
Clocks of all shapes and sizes.
The clock repairman's assistant?
I hope you have enjoyed another interesting look at a Lake Living Magazine article. Read what Laurie had to say about Mark's work online or get your print issue at local businesses.
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