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look, a citroen, sadly though, i was not in france. i was in primrose hill.
Holga, cross processed, Kodak E100G, untampered with blah blah.
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Hello, I have no idea what I am doing.
Why can I hear julian clary’s voice?
Are you looking for a therapist? I have a couch.
Changing the subject, I love the way the holga handles the highlights on the headlamps….sweet!
great composition and tone, well done
I swear I drove past one of these after you showed me the photo mate… weird as.
you still haven’t visited me here in paris.I’m coming on your side of the channel this week end, hoping to get great shots :)
Are you back there? I thought I heard you were in Aus again, perhaps only for a holiday.There’s plenty of good shooting to be had in London town.I’m going to be in Moscow at the weekend. That’ll be fun.
Gee you are a big traveller!Yes I was back in Oz for a 3 month trip.But back here now, and moving back in Oz in november. So good time to finally discover London townEnjoy Mosxow, that’ll be ACE!
I do love a good french car.
Ohhhhh…now youre talking about a good car. I love mine, awesome shot
It may be a Slough (UK) assembled Light 15. The French built 11BLs tended to have black chevrons on the grill, the UK cars chrome, as I recall, although I know more about Ds, myself.
A landmark car, in so many ways, it provided the template for the modern motor car of the 1930s and 1940s and beyond.
They’re not so uncommon in Australia, as they handled Aussie roads better than most other cars in the 1950s, if you could afford to buy one. You just have to know where to look. We had around twenty of them in Launceston over Easter for Cit-In and there are many more still on the roads today, and even the odd one in daily use.
Thanks for adding the shot, they always looked good in black (and if you were in France, that was usually the only colour they came in!).Also the final Citroen model, the development of which, Andre Citroen was personally involved with prior to his death.Cheers.
This is most excellent information. Nice one.
It’s certainly a post war one…Nice shot by the way.