vespamore photography - 35mm film photography by Paul Hart, gallery - here
RETROSPECTIVE SCOOTERS book, photography by Paul Hart, available to order via link - here
RETROSPECTIVE CYCLES book, photography by Paul Hart, available to order via link - here
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"After 60 years of oblivion, Rodaggio Film is proud to announce the comeback of "I fidanzati della morte", by Romolo Marcellini. A two year long research to recover and bring back the movie which tells a tale of passion and rivalry in the 50s motorcycle racing crazy world. Follow us on our Facebook page to know all about the film restoration project and its new release on dvd and vod!"
Love this shot from previous post here - like the text on the Obama poster.
Sad to see Barrack Obama leave office; felt he was a great advert for the United States. Despite what side of the fence you sit on politically, I don't think anyone can say he isn't an honourable man with good intentions and always strived to use his position for good in the world.
Compared to the two previous incumbents who brought with them their fair share of scandal and unintended comedy, Obama held office with the right amount of deference, dignity and respect. I for one will miss him and reckon the US and world at large are worse off without him - certainly interesting times ahead for us all with Mr T .....
New Year and time for a very long overdue scooter wash and wax ! I'm not really one for shiny looking scoots; taking a more 'rough 'n ready' approach to my vespa - not maintenance and road worthiness obviously, which I do take a lot more seriously !
Being a devotee of original paint scooters and 'rusteration', I think the last time time I took a sponge to my vespa was definitely over a year ago, not that I'm proud of it...!
Had been meaning to do this since beginning of November and finally got round to it today on my last festive day off before the dreaded return to work. A cold day but dry and a few hours of TLC spent on my scoot in the company of BBC Radio 6Music - not a bad start to 2017 I reckon.
Happy New Year everyone, health & happiness for the coming year ; )
A very appropriate foto to wish you all Happy Holidays - this 1952 Faro Basso was beautifully shot by the talented Ugajin Tohru in Japan who runs his own vespa parts business as well as being a classic vespa enthusiast, link to Uga's website here - http://ugaga.shop-pro.jp/
Thanks for sharing Uga and Merry Xmas one & all, see you in 2017 ; )