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A quick view of Kako's recent activity.

  • River Bollin Tunnel

    Thanks for your votes...appreciated.

    • 18 Oct 2016 3:22PM
  • Tornado

    Great image...definitely a Typhoon though.

    • 16 Oct 2016 2:45PM
  • Honda Shadow

    Thanks guys for your votes...appreciated and to everyone else who has clicked on the image...thanks also,


    • 4 Sep 2016 11:38AM
  • Retro Dash

    Deciding the actual point of focus in an image is often a matter of experimentation coupled with personal preference. I could have reduced the focal length slightly but was conscious that i risked having stuff intrude from through the main windscreen...there was already an A4 piece of paper with details about the car lying on top of the dash which you can make out, but hopefully which doesn't intrude too much...I was more interested in capturing the dated instruments/feel of the dash which looked like something from the Clint Eastwood era.

    On this occasion the interior didn't quite match up with what you might have expected from seeing the exterior of the car, condition wise.

    David...any resemblance to your image is completely unintentional! The windows on most of the cars on display were wound down as it was a hot day enabling one to peer inside...many owners seemed to encourage photos of the interiors by placing suitable 'props' within to enhance the feel and experience of the occasion. I also took some similar dash shots from a nice Jaguar...i'll post one tomorrow just to add some geographic balance.

    Thanks to both of you for taking the time to comment...much appreciated as always. Smile

    • 30 Aug 2016 4:06PM
  • Snowdon Mountain Railway

    Thanks Netta...yes it was a brilliant day out...weather was good as was the company.

    Initially when planning this day out I thought we might walk up and get the train down. The train was fully booked though as of a few days ago so we walked both ways to/from Llanberis...the easiest way up I believe
    although it was quite a long slog...about 9-9.5 miles for the return journey. The trains though provided a useful distraction given that i'd taken my camera. Great cafe on top too!


    • 27 Aug 2016 12:15AM
  • Beaky

    Thank you both...glad you liked it.

    Thanks also to my other voters and to people who viewed it.


    • 20 Aug 2016 12:10AM
  • Twisted horns

    Thanks very much Isabel for your enthusiasm and again to Sangram for your positive comment...much appreciated.

    Thanks also to Chinga, Rookery and PhilT2 for your votes...again very welcome.


    • 15 Aug 2016 10:10AM

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