Monday, December 05, 2005

O's 58 Biscayne (aka The Biscuit)



18 comments:

Alex said...

Great stuff. Loving the colors in these pics. I'm not sure whether I like the first or third more. I like the guy's pose in the first, but I don't like the car's wheels being clipped. Perhaps I should just go for the second ;)

H.O said...

I really like it this pictures.
And could I add link on my web site?

Jessica said...

wow..amazing car! i love vintage cars! amazing how you caught the movement of it! keep posting!

madridista said...

wow is all i can say

Rockgrl said...

these pictures are sooo good love the car.very vintage ...the second is my fav..
lv
Rockgrl
xxxx

Jessica said...

i just read a comment that some jerk had posted on some other photos. he wrote that people only thought your photos were amazing because of Olivia being the model. what a bunch of b.s...i love all your photos because the are so "real". its just like you have your camera with you all the time and when you see a photomoment you snap a couple of pics. You are freaking talented...you inspire me and everyone else that has seen your work! - jessie -

s said...

in response to the last comment, I agree entirely. Some people may be interested in your photography solely for Olivia, but it's ashame to see such art as yours overlooked. Don't stop doing what you're doing. Your work is amazing.


Aside from my rant about ignorance, these photos are just as amazing as all. thank you for sharing.

Emilia said...

wooow! really amazing photos.. once again. love all your picyures.. keep posting! ANd I totally agree with the two previous comments. your photos are really really great! can't wait to see what you post next :)

cherie said...

i don't understand people who just visit this because they have seen olivia on the oc!! to my mind, olivia played her role "alex" extremely bad. BUT TAO'S PICS ARE GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!everytime i see them i'm full of delight! the pics are real and still have a touch of illision! i can't really describe my thoughts because my english is ´just my school-english which i heve learned in school.
SO, TAO: share more pics with us!!!

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Anonymous said...

...i can do better

Danielle said...

You definitely have an eye for opportune moments. To be able to capture visions like those, is amazing in it's own right.

And for those against Tao's visions, I believe it was Nietzsche who once said, 'All things are subject to interpretation whichever interpretation prevails at a given time is a function of power and not truth.'

Unfortunately, we're all allowed an opinion. Whether it be truth or not. Thanks for the visions.

Alex said...

Jessica, I take it I'm the 'jerk' you're referring to. Thanks for insulting me for having an opinion. Nice. You see; I love most of Tao's work, it's rough around the edges and generally different from anything I've seen before, which I like. Tao obviously is a talented guy. Yet, when I see people going absolutely wild over the three, in my opinion less special, Thanksgiving pics, I question if the images would receive equal praise if it were me who shot those of my own girlfriend. I doubt it.

Anonymous said...

"(...) olivia played her role "alex" extremely bad."

Ok, I totally respect your opinion, but I have to disagree with you... Sorry...
Olivia is an amazing actress, and she did a great job playing Alex.
I watch the show since the first season and believe me, she saved the second season.

Anonymous said...

"(...) olivia played her role "alex" extremely bad."

Ok, I totally respect your opinion, but I have to disagree with you... Sorry...
Olivia is an amazing actress, and she did a great job playing Alex.
I watch the show since the first season and believe me, she saved the second season.

alpal said...

I find it stupid that people use this to argue as to the acting abilities of Tao's lovely wife (i know that i knida am, but i need to make this point)
This is to express an opinion on Tao's work or praise it, or criticise. On a different note, i love that views can be expressed here from me (in Australia) as well as Europe etc. when Tao's work in in the US

s said...

I'm definitely ready for another update.

Vivian said...

Tao, I love the car. I'm really into old cars, but I've never driven one. I'm thinking there's no power steering? If not, is it difficult to drive?