I went to the Volvo Museum in Gothenburg last weekend with some friends and these are some of the more successful shots. Unfortunately everything is parked pretty close together, so it is a bit difficult to get nice separated photos.
Took a walk last weekend through the park in the north of Sodermalm, right as the sun was setting.
I’ll be in Atlanta next week and I’m wondering if there are any Oppo specials in the area? I haven’t decided if I’m renting a car yet, since I’ll be visiting a friend in Old Fourth Ward, where public transport seems to have good coverage.
I just checked my X-Pro1 to see if I still had pictures on its SD card. And I found these pictures back from Myanmar last August. Due to a family emergency I had to rush back from there to Europe and never checked the camera after I switched to an X100t shortly afterwards.
We need to get rid of the Citroen C6 :-(. We will be moving to Sweden and possibly paying import tax again to make it worth half the money is not worth it.
This looks great, I don’t have a motorcycle license, but having one of these seems like a great reason to get one.
We’re going on a car vacation/road trip to Germany for two and a half weeks starting Wednesday and the other half put the limit at one ‘car-thing’.
Switched to Fuji from a Sony NEX-7 about a year ago and now with the amazing Sony/Zeiss lenses coming out thinking of going back to Sony and getting an A7 II...
After reading a blog post about old full format plate photography I decided to put my camera on the 1:1 aspect setting and only B&W on a trip to Estonia last weekend.
In The Ten Most Infuriating Car Interiors Ever Made post the comments about the Fiat 500 and Cavalier have such a different view on car interiors. My Citroën C6 does not have an interior release switch for the boot, I don't think many European cars do. Also when I grew up it was very normal to turn the car off, hand…
Today in Cascais, Portugal close to the Estoril circuit there were suddenly around 40 new Suzuki Vitaras with German plates in the courtyard of the old fortress. It looked like some form of launch with a lot of the Suzuki people also being/speaking German, so I assume a review will be in the magazines soon.
I haven't seen this on Flightclub yet, pretty interesting though.
I don't know if this is a place where I can also share the things I've tried, or if it is mostly meant for the best pictures only, but here it goes anyway.
I saw the post about Båstnäs car cemetery on the main page earlier this week and decided to drive over there today since it is not too snowy yet. Took some pictures in the early winter landscape which are quite different from the ones in the other article.
Pretty bored today. So I'm wondering what kind of cars everybody here grew up in.
It has happened. We drove our Citroen C6 for a year (8000km) without problems now, except for a new wheel bearing 6 months ago.
This is nerdy because MINIs are built in Born, a town in the south of the Netherlands.
I'm visiting the USA at the moment and the Ford Flex for me is a real head turner, but I haven't seen much love for the Ford Flex on here, it seems like a very Jalop vehicle, a brown AWD station car (I really don't see it as a crossover). Is there something massively wrong with it?
I'm in Hong Kong at the moment and just walked by a die cast/toys shop called 'Hung Hing Toys' in Wan Chai. They have some really cool things, but I have no idea if the prices are reasonable, most are between 50 & 150 HKD ($6.5 -> $20 US) with some really expensive ones (Takara Tomy limited 1:18 I think) for around…
We got a letter in the mail of a Citroën dealership in Oslo we hadn't heard about and I decided to go see if the people at the dealership were nice and if it could be a place we could go to for maintenance in the future.