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Old 16th September 2012
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Morris Minor

Not the modern(ish) 50's one - but a bit older.
This was in a parking place at Snowshill Lavendar Farm in July on a very sunny day around midday.
Only had the 14-42 at first as I was off to snap the lavendar but then had a longer one a bit later.
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Bigger lens.....


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Re: Morris Minor

Great shot's, the sepia toning does kind of work in a couple, the calorimeter is best served in the B&W and wow what a way to cap a radiator.

Don't know if I fancy driving it.
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Re: Morris Minor

B&W definitely the best especially as it is the most appropriate for the era.

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Re: Morris Minor

The radiator cap thermometer thing is excellent, with the name too. Good photos.
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