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  1. #14111
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    Thanks for all the kind words. I'm afraid to post again and prove it was fluke.

    Ssil, I'm up for a shoot if you can pry yourself away from your little fella.

    Oh well here goes. The Bay to Birdwood car rally yesterday. A Stutz, Black Hawk.
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    And an Austin Champ in the background by the looks of things. Where is the pic of that?

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    You got me mate, I'm vehicularly illiterate (but read the badges if I photographed it).

    Foreground to background is a Stutz, a Stutz, a WWII jeep and an I have no idea.
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  4. #14114
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    You are correct it is a Jeep now I had a better look. I got all excited you see very few Champs these days. They were the UK equivalent to the Jeep.

    Any more shots of the Stutz's? The only one one I have ever seen in the flesh is the 1915 Indianapolis car at the Southwood Museum in NZ.
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    Sorry, just variants on that shot

    Here's the website for the annual rally. About 1 - 2,000 vintage cars (and motorbikes). Perhaps if you can drag yourself away from advertising Victorias tourism potential you could come and see some of your neighbours

    http://www.baytobirdwood.com.au/
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  6. #14116
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    Amazing shots everyone!!!

    I apologize I'm kinda lagging with my shooting but here's one from the past week. It's a shot from my last push for a vacation before the summer ends. Went with the retro look and mixing textures.

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  7. #14117
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    Heh very apt shot for an end of summer photo, the weathers gone swimming and here in where I am in the UK right now it seems like it's drowned off shore ;-)
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    A new day and time for another shot from last Sunday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberwlf View Post
    Heh very apt shot for an end of summer photo, the weathers gone swimming and here in where I am in the UK right now it seems like it's drowned off shore ;-)
    Is it rainy season there?

    Funny you say that cuz as soon as I got back from Florida, we've gotten plenty of rain here in NYC. The forecast says rain and thunderstorms 'til Friday.
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    The weekend here certainly seemed that way and even though today was an exception though I doubt the exception will last. Last time I checked the UK doesn't get 'indian summers' like Australia, USA, NZ, etc get at times.
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