....for some digital. I noticed some pinkish light in the clouds to the east, so I grabbed a couple cameras and responsibly drove the speed limit to my favourite sunset photo spot, and I’d say that was a good call.
In the service bay of a BMW dealer.
A neglected 164 and a buried E34
This seems to be the Thing To Do this year instead of favourite photos, but I’ll probably do one of those too. Alright let’s see how much I can remember.
Booze week is going pretty well for me, how’s everyone doing?
I’m really happy with how the two of the pulp mill at night turned out without touching them, but for fun I also included the raw files that I pulled more light out of and made the colours more correct.
Pros: $600, manual with working overdrive, straight body, working power locks, running really well, shifts well, no clunking or squeaking or or rattles. Swedish import, supposedly. The space on the front bumper for a euro plate seems to back that up.
No snow on the island, which is disappointing, but also means I’ll get to the ferry on time tomorrow
My favourites from the latest roll from the Hi-Matic. There actually is a bit of car content in a couple. This is the roll where I learned that Kodak Gold 200 does not care for being pointed towards the sun. At least not in this camera.
And even then, the 2nd-4th are only half days. We’ve been so busy that this is the first time I’ve had off other than weekends and 2 or 3 days when a relative died. Now to get into my share of the case of beer that a buyer dropped off for us today.
Nothing new in the audio world for me, but it’s been a while since I posted it
Can anyone identify this? It’s in the middle of the Sahara in 1959, if that helps
Alternate title: gmctavish needs to work on shooting with a camera that will let him mess up
My future plans have included a 4 door Montero for a little while now, since eventually the Raider will be killed by rust. As far as I can tell, Monteros were never sold in Canada other than as the Raider, until the third generation. So finding one already up here, for $600, is extremely tempting...
I feel like I’ve done a version of this before, but I’m not sure, so here you go. To keep this more manageable and relevant, I’m only including cars that were at some point my daily driver, other than my first car which I only drove once.
Why do people make “replicas” that look nothing like the car they’re a “replica” of?
Gibsons is a small town on the coast of BC, only accessible by water or air. I went there last weekend to buy a camera, and now I want to live there.