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certainly wish it was mine(!!!). Just as my self-builded-in Commando 850 MKII engine in my Manx Norton Featherbed race frame (still standing rusty in my garage, ought to sell it soon) did thrill me immense in my youth (back-wheel-riding from the redlights), this 3-wheeler would be the only thing on wheels, to thrill me just as much....sad, sad, sad they stopped the production at Morgan...
When I was young my Dad used to say that "firearms and cars should be well made, reliable and easy to understand". To this list I have added 'cameras and women'....had a love/hate time with both! Strangely, although I used to love car shows for the cars, in recent times it's the people that I'm most interested by especially for photography,...but you have to be discrete.
Give me my 'boring' comfortable, well designed, fast, diesel estate car any day!
I sometimes wonder, if buying camera equipment shall teach me anything new?
I think I shall spend my money on visiting other cultures, countries, people and history. More interesting, and educational for me. Besides making new friends!!
Need to get out of my cocoon to appreciate The Lord's earth and people.
The big camera is off for a tethering problem, so I was messing around with the 100-400 on the X-H1. We have what looks like an attack run from a police helicopter on a gigantic tower. The building is 2 miles away - 400mm is a lot on an X! No processing other than crop.