Weekly Photo Challenge – Sweet (Rides)

Scottsdale, Arizona.

This week, Cheri Lucas Rowlands asks to show something {or someone} sweet, no doubt in honor of Valentine’s Day. You can read her entire challenge post here. Having just returned from a Carnival Cruise, I missed my opportunity to photograph any number of luscious sweet desserts. I prefer instead to wrap myself around such morsels of goodness and follow that old adage, “No pictures, no videos, deny, deny, deny!” No, honey, I don’t know what happened to that last piece of pie.” “Out of cookies, again? How could that be?”

Instead, something sweet here at Journeys With Johnbo is a trip to the car show for a collection of sweet rides. The urban dictionary defines Sweet Ride in part as an automobile that is worth of praise. It is the experience one feels when “cruising in said vehicle is extremely pleasurable and braggable.” Herewith, I submit for your review, a collection of sweet rides… none of which have brought me the pleasure of that sweet ride, but from looks alone, I can deduce that a ride in any one of these would qualify as sweet indeed.

The opening image in this post is from a car show in Goodyear, Arizona. The gallery of images below feature some of my favorite rides seen at the Barrett-Jackson Auto Auction in Scottsdale. Most browsers support a click on an image to enlarge it and to scroll through the gallery.


7 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge – Sweet (Rides)

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