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Discussion in 'The Display Case' started by avedwards, Aug 31, 2011.
My friend's car.
WRX, Justin? My son just sold his, thank goodness. Too fast!! Besides, I could never understand how he folded his 6'-7" self into it. Great shot!
I belive it to be an impreza. We took it on the dirt roads for some fun
I was sure it was the Impreza, but not certain if it's the WRX... Hard to tell with the mud "badge of honor!" Glad you had fun! Just be careful what you say on the Impreza owners' forum... they're a little rough on us Loungers!! :eeek:
Haha, I like my vehicles a wee bit older
Some photos I took on the way out there.
Wow, fellas! Both breathtakingly beautiful shots. Harv, it looks like you painted the town red! (orange?)
Whatever do you mean, Charlie?
Shoreline Drive, Long Beach, CA
May 3, 2014
Now THAT is something worthy of a photograph!
Taken from the window of the plane when I flew to my family's old hometown for a relative's wedding 3 weeks ago.
On the way to Kagoshima. Mt. Fuji.
On the way back to Tokyo.
Rain clouds below.
The train station several minutes' walk from where my grandparents' home once was. It was built in 1950.
The branch of our family that remained in town to carry on the family business of a Shochu (Japanese spirit) distillery still runs the distillery out of this town.
Impressive picture of Mt. Fuji!
My friends are planing a trip to Japan in 2 years. I might go too if I... don't spend all my money on hats
This beautiful 1949 Packard was parked on the street near my home during a heavy rain.
As always, magical. Makes one realize how poor of a photographer one is when viewing a Quigley.
Long Beach, CA
Vintage bike flea market near Vintage Row, 4th Street
Well, thanks! But this was just a snapshot as I was walking home in the rain. I was just wearing a rain coat, but luckily a passerby had a large umbrella for me to borrow.