Nice. When I was very little, my parents had an orange, I think, MG convertible of some kind for a short time.
Anyway, this calls for a new treat/toy/adventure for you, too, Sarah. Shall it be a tour of the world’s “best” gardens or . . . what?!
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Mister’s car is bright metallic blue, but I’ve been having fun with the picture in Scribus and Gimp!
What a great image, Sarah. That’s a lovely new toy. 🙂
He’s very happy with it — like a little boy with a big smile 🙂
love the processing here!!
Oooo, that’s a real compliment, coming from the queen of processing!
Fabulous litho-esque photo. One of my favourites so far of all yours. The broken paving slabs are such an exciting shape.
Thank you. I’m just learning the delights of playing with photographs. I’m glad you approved of my first attempt!
Is that Mr Potter at the wheel?
Yes, looking as cheeky as ever!
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again… nice 🙂 Like the special effects too 🙂
Thanks, Sherri. He actually washed his car the other day, which is unheard of. My car is now jealous.
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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