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By urdygurdy  
well i took my slightly modified Vauxhall vectra out in the snow at weekend to see how she coped on the snowy road, what a laugh is all i am going to say, pictured here with Talyllyn Lake in the back ground and the mighty cader idris to the top left of the picture.

Thanks for looking


Tags: Car Transport Black and white Digitally manipulated Cader idris Talyllyn Vectra

Voters: IMAGESTAR, ChrisWallace, motorsportpictures and 16 more

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motorsportpictures 12 289 23 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2009 1:31PM
Stunning work, like the chrome affect.
Pagnobito 14 2 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2009 1:32PM
aaah, fond memories of my R plate 2.0i Sri.

It sort of looks like a HDR.

As for driving in the snow, try a RWD 350Z for laughs!
Andrew_Hurley 14 71 73 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2009 1:58PM

Quote:It sort of looks like a HDR

I agree, even on the thumbnail it looks like a HDR, they can look a little bit flat if not done correctly. I've never attempted one myself so I can't advise. There doesn't seem to be any true whites in your picture which is what a scene like this needs, plenty of contrast and drama. Compositionally this is great. Similar to one I took in Austria last year! link

BOB S 18 2.6k
9 Feb 2009 2:02PM
I found my Clio Renaultsport 197 surprisingly surefooted despite the amount of rubber in contact with the snow. But so as not to tempt fate I left it on the drive and used the company Astra SRi 150 diesel, which was fun !

This shot has a look of sloping down to the right side.

Techno Plus
12 5.6k 8 England
9 Feb 2009 2:10PM
Love the processing, just right....wish a had my 4x4 back, but only until the snow goes..

9 Feb 2009 2:21PM
Love the photo, nice work. As for the car, I thought those things struggle in good conditions Smile (just kidding).
DRicherby 11 269 726 United Kingdom
23 Mar 2009 10:58AM
Good shot and well processed. Andrew H has commented on the lack of true whites but I rather like the silvery feel of the photo, with the landscape complementing the silvery car.

The big black area just behind the car is a bit distracting but that's getting quite nit-picky. Smile

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