Yeah, they had XV in the name here as well - XV Crosstrek or some such. Dropped the XV in 2016 IIRC. Works great as an all-weather basic transport. A little small and under powered for me at times, and a bit lacking for some of the spots I used to like to roam.Good man. They are called "XV" here for some reason, which totally escapes me. Nice cars and would do me fine if I didn't need to pull a horse.
Just today I was lamenting to my wife that I wished I had those skills.
Those images of your grandson are fantastic. Equally impressive to me is that you sloshed that roll of film around, dried it, scanned it, post processed, and posted in such a short time. I'm at my limits just to get purely digital images posted every day!Thanks, I love it! The b&w shot in the day 5 thread, and my latest one in this week’s CS are made with that lens.
From a 'phone? Gosh. These are very good Roland.I chose the side view for Day 6 contribution, but this one is sort of ... sneaky:
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And, to humiliate my DSLR and mirrorless aproaches: This is how the years old smart phone sees it (no 35mm shots)
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Mayla could touch it, wouldn't fly off (!)
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one more, cropped even - not bad, /me thinks:
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