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Time Worn

Hmmm, I spoke yesterday about remembering those hot leather seats in my father’s car when I was a child. I think it’s likely that my father’s car would look like this today, if it were still around and it too would have shiny, split and worn leather seats. 51 more words

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The Open Road

This photo was taken as I drove home from visiting the old folk and it was taken as the road drops down from the ridge at Gillroanie towards the inlet of Kirkcudbright Bay. 160 more words

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Kirkcudbright Harbour

rust

noun

  1. a reddish- or yellowish-brown flaking coating of iron oxide that is formed on iron or steel by oxidation, especially in the presence of moisture.

  2. 27 more words
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Leaning

Pugnacious pirouetting Peugeot, purring powerfully, plunges past.

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Whizz

This photo is a clip from a short video…… short because…… well, he went past in about two and a half seconds….

….. which accounts for a lack of sharpness in the car…… and the image is a combination of a couple of the video frames, an experiment to see if I could give the car more whizz…

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I Got His Number ..... !

……..I got his number …….. but he nearly got mine.

We had positioned ourselves behind some large sheds just off the  track and I had been watching a photographing here for a while so thought I knew where it was safe to be. 121 more words

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44

Entry number 44 leaves the ground over a culvert as it hurtles towards the next chicane.

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