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boBBrennan Jul 1, 2013 6:30 PM

It is nearly too hot to shoot the cars
 
........but I did get a few images from the past couple weeks that I like and want to share again what the E-P3, VF-2 and FT 9-18 make for me.

Lotsa fun doing this and I've a few more images done this year with the same camera lens setup here ==> http://tinyurl.com/krqld8t


http://bobbrennan.smugmug.com/Cars/N...6280677-XL.jpg

http://bobbrennan.smugmug.com/Cars/N...6280674-XL.jpg

The above is the cockpit of this Rat-Rod
http://bobbrennan.smugmug.com/Cars/N...4199094-XL.jpg

http://bobbrennan.smugmug.com/Cars/N...6210574-XL.jpg

http://bobbrennan.smugmug.com/Cars/N...6210551-XL.jpg

Steven R Jul 2, 2013 8:22 AM

I always enjoy your car shots, Bob. Well done.

Greg Chappell Jul 2, 2013 8:57 AM

The first pitch temperature at 7:05 Friday night at the Ballpark was 103 degrees. By game end around 10pm it was "down" to 94......but it was a dry heat :)

One Friday evening I am just going to have to tell Katherine I have something else I need to go do instead of dropping by her place.

Steven R Jul 2, 2013 7:44 PM

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Originally Posted by Greg Chappell (Post 1351270)
The first pitch temperature at 7:05 Friday night at the Ballpark was 103 degrees. By game end around 10pm it was "down" to 94......but it was a dry heat :)

One Friday evening I am just going to have to tell Katherine I have something else I need to go do instead of dropping by her place.

It is amazing the way Mother Nature balances things out, while you guys out west have been sweltering with above normal temps, we have been having several days of wetter than normal weather, and our temps have been topping out well below normal. We have been at only the upper 70's for the past several days, when normally at this time of year we would be in the low to mid 90s

James Emory Jul 11, 2013 7:11 PM

Well done as usual Bob.


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