Did you happen to see some of the amazing cars in Greenwich this weekend?
If you were anywhere near Roger Sherman Baldwin Park - you certainly encountered some of the festive frenzy surrounding a terrific weekend of cars on display at the annual Greenwich Concours d'Elegance.
Although the skies were cloudy and some rain fell, spirits remained high, and many car aficionados came out to view the unique, old, new and award winning vehicles on display this weekend.
On both Saturday and Sunday, there was a dazzling display of new cars including BMW, Lincoln, Cadillac, Porsche, Lotus, Mercedes-Benz, Volvo, Jaguar, Land Rover, Alfa Romeo and Miller Motorcars.
Nostalgia and imagination danced across the eyes of everyone in attendance as they experienced the high octane scenery of grace, design, form, contours, performance and innovation represented among the eclectic selection of vintage, imported, classic and contemporary supercars featured throughout the weekend.
Since 2006, a major element of the Greenwich Concours has been the on-site auction of historic and outstanding automobiles, motorcycles - and the occasional boat. The auction is conducted by Bonhams, the renowned British auction company founded in 1793. Even if you're not bidding, watching the high drama unfold is quality entertainment - as the bidding action gains momentum and the auto-inclined compete in real-time dollars for the sleek car-crush they just need to own.
The Greenwich Concours supports Stamford-based AmeriCares, an emergency response and global health organization that saves lives and builds healthier futures for people in crisis in the U.S. and around the world.
Photos by Pam Grunow
Writing by Pam Grunow and Eric Taubert