Porsche Diffraction
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RustyBug
Registered: Feb 02, 2009
Total Posts: 12497
Country: United States

How boring ... after seeing your creative take on it.

Transforming the mundane into intrigue ... artistry in action. Way cool, both in the image and the mindset/approach.



Travis Rhoads
Registered: Apr 28, 2009
Total Posts: 3745
Country: United States

! yeah, that was a much more boring shot, but I did it for context...I try to see things a little different sometimes, while everyone else was pointing their camera at the car, I was the only loon looking at the ceiling...that happens a lot.



wifi
Registered: May 05, 2010
Total Posts: 164
Country: United States

Beautiful shot Travis, with a very interesting venue. And after spending all afternoon on my 911 restoration project, I can really admire the condition of that 356.



Travis Rhoads
Registered: Apr 28, 2009
Total Posts: 3745
Country: United States

wifi wrote:
Beautiful shot Travis, with a very interesting venue. And after spending all afternoon on my 911 restoration project, I can really admire the condition of that 356.

Thanks. I wish I had spent all day on a 911 restoration...that sounds like a lot of fun.

Funny thing, the folks that live in the cul-de-sac in our little hood, have an old late 70's widebody racecar 911 body up on stands in the garage, I can barely see it through the windows of the garage at night when they leave the light on...I wonder what stories go with that little project and car...maybe one day I will have the stones to meet them and find out, probably a good couple photos to be had there.



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