More than anyone else in America, Henry Ford is associated with the automobile. Ford’s Model T helped move the country from the horse and buggy era to a nation that moves on a highway. The company he founded still manufactures cars and trucks that populate our roadways.
We toured the Henry Ford museum in Detroit and marveled at the variety of cars collected in one place. Through the years, so many different models have carried people to and fro and here and there.
Ford and his company proved successful for many reasons. He had vision and the ambition to try and fail and try again. Two of his companies went bust before he designed the Model T. Some of the cars he sold after that didn’t last long.
Photos are taken at the Henry Ford museum in Michigan — an enjoyable experience for all ages!
Linking up with Texture Tuesday, Wednesday Around the World, Life Thru the Lens, and Sweet Shot Tuesdays. The last photo is edited with Kim Klassen’s Lightroom preset “Chocolate.” Also linking up with the song-inspired party, Song-ography, where my song choice is “Life Is a Highway” recorded by Rascal Flatts.