seem to be everywhere. Old cars, new cars, ugly cars, dirty cars, shiny cars. They stand or drive like semi-transparent bubbles of privacy in public space. They occupy space and define time, as fashion in car design is very specific for each era. Maybe that is why cars are often avoided in photographs.
In Amsterdam, the city where I live, parking rates are among the highest in Europe. Parking a car is a luxury. As the parking problem seems to be a global issue, I started to photograph cars in cities worldwide.