Travel: This Is Every Photo I Took At The Historic Grand Prix of Monaco

This Is Every Photo I Took At The Historic Grand Prix of Monaco

By Ted Gushue
May 18, 2016
6 comments

Photography by Ted Gushue

Having “principality” in the name of a country is a bit of a throwback, isn’t it? I’ve been aching to visit The Principality of Monaco since forever, and its country-wide celebration of historic racing cars for an entire weekend inspired me to finally make the pilgrimage. As you can see, from almost every vantage point there was something to see, whether stunning architecture, the natural landscape, yachts, cars, women, food… I’m gonna keep this post light to allow you to fully soak up the sensory overload that is Monte Carlo. Stay tuned as I share more from my time in Europe in the coming weeks.

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JWLee
JWLee
5 years ago

Really nice work, you definitely captured the experience. I think you really nailed the colors and consistency of the images. I’m curious what camera and lenses you used for this (and yes, I know it’s the photographer and not the camera!). Clearly a target rich environment!

Denys
Denys
5 years ago

Tank’s!

Bryan Dickerson
Bryan Dickerson
5 years ago

You’re right GS. Strength in numbers!
Ah, after a long day I get to enjoy these pics AND the Targa Florio photos. I like to think it’s almost like being there…….let me have my little delusion.

Bryan Dickerson
Bryan Dickerson
5 years ago

Hey thanks!
I like to think you added these because of my request…yeah right;-)
Can’t wait to have time to really peruse them. Especially love the early 70s F-1 cars the Denny Hulme BRM being a personal favorite.

Guitar Slinger
Guitar Slinger
5 years ago

Our requests Mr Dickerson …. our requests .. my having 2nd’ed your motion .

Regardless of who get the credit though … Molto Grazie Mr Gushue

rye_bread27
rye_bread27
5 years ago

Beautiful, just beautiful. Looks like a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Great work as always Ted!