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Ted Szukalski

Gallery of fine art photography.



As we were driving from Christchurch to Queenstown, I needed a short break and a coffee. Somewhere before Fairlie we came across a nice restaurant, with beautiful views. I pulled into the car park and was shocked. Mine, was the only modern car. The reminder of the car park was filled in with vintage Rolls Royce and Bentley automobiles. It was a feast for a motor enthusiast. Sadly, it also meant no coffee for us. The Rolls Royce and Bentley club of New Zealand had the place booked and we were advised we would need to wait 45minutes for coffee – way too long.

I really regretted that the cars were so tightly parked as it left no possibilities for photos with couple of exception. Here is the world famous Rolls Royce flying lady emblem with Mount Dobson in the bokeh.

Studebaker gallery


This very imposing, yellow vintage Studebaker was one of many cars on exhibition at The Entrance. The collection was very impressive and contained vehicles from early 1920s to late 1960s, when Studebaker ceased producing these classic American automobiles.

Visit the Studebaker photographic gallery

PS: this actual photograph was taken by my new “assistant” – my son Sebastian.