The Iris Mist GTO

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There is so much going on in the world today, it’s hard to focus on the positive. But I will. I have to. Life moves on. Time continues without mercy. But the passion for my work has not dwindled. I woke up with a song in my heart. I’m compelled to persevere in pursuing my goals while keeping an eye on the world around me.

I’ve read that the 1965 Pontiac GTO was very popular, even with its limited production. I believe this is the Iris Mist color shown here. It’s one of the most unique images in my Automobile collection because of its color.

I’m almost finished adding all of the classic vehicles to the online store. I plan to make a 2016 calendar of the best images I have and will share it with you all when it’s ready.

Personal Note: If all goes well, I will be moving to a better part of town this weekend. It is more expensive, but the environment should be a lot better. There have been shootings in this area last week along with a decline in the overall environment over the passed few months. Many businesses across the street have moved to a better part of town even before that. I have one more meeting with the Leasing Office today, so I’m praying the final steps go well.

You never want your neighborhood, the world, to turn into this. But what’s more astonishing to me is France and Russia are now working together to combat ISIS on various levels. These two countries rarely work together…perhaps, a bit of good that comes out of a terrible situation.

– Eric

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