I'm not sure how active this particular post/thread will be, as I don't take lots of photos, but as a couple different subjects came up recently, the lake we live on and my derelict 1960 American Motors (most people know them as a Nash, the explanation of which is another story for another time) Metropolitan automobile. I snapped a few photos of the lake while standing on the end of our dock this morning. I'll post the panoramic shot first.
Here's basically the same image, but these are still shots facing left, center and right of the dock:
With regards to the Metropolitan, here's a front, 3/4 view photo that came from the ad I originally responded to, and below it, one I got from Google images, which looks like it was taken from an ad or brochure or something. Per the information on the body ID plate, the colors of my Met when new would've been the same as the one in the ad:
As can be seen as a difference in the two photos, the rear wheel openings on my Met had been cut out or "radiused", which would suggest that at one time someone had intentions on modifying the car for drag racing (the larger wheel openings allowing room for significantly bigger tires), but it appears that's as far as the modifications ever went. My car came with quarter panels from a donor car so that I can patch them back in and restore the wheel openings to their stock appearance, per the second photo.