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Great lines and color


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Armando

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OK I give in what is it?          is it a bit of a car?

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Mike Gorman

 

Lumix G9 , GX8 - Leica 12, 15, 20, 25, 42.5 - 8-18, 12-60, 35-100, 45-175

 

 

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Guest frankv

You really like your cars bold and expensive Luc :D

 

I really like the idea of presenting small details of an object like this. The Gallardo is an truly beautiful example of good industrial design. The details are well worth a presentation like this. I like the bold, saturated color in the image it suits the object just fine. Maybe it's because I know the car that I like it som much, and people not interested in cars just se some orange bits of industrial something. But for me it works, and it speaks Lamborghini in a good way! :)

 

I also take the liberty of posting a image of the whole car, in motion. This is a Gallardo Balboni, a special edition. Stronger, lighter and RWD. (The standard car is 4WD) Just 200 made.

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-frank-

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Thanks Armando, Akira, Mike and Frank.

Frank, I like good, strong design and the Gallardo is just that. I composed the shot with the intention a car enthousiast will recognize the car. I like your image of the Balboni a lot. If a car looks good in white it's mostly a good design.

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So it is a bit of a car! A very nice detail Luc.

 

I'm assuming I can't afford one.  :D

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Mike Gorman

 

Lumix G9 , GX8 - Leica 12, 15, 20, 25, 42.5 - 8-18, 12-60, 35-100, 45-175

 

 

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Lamborghini makes truly spectacular cars. The Gallardo is actually quite civilized to drive. Easy to control at speed, and secure round the corners. I was throwing (the standard model) around corners on a trackday, and my driving instructor keept yelling "more power - MORE POWER". That was when I was doing 125MPH round the bend :D But it felt totally secure, and I could do that all day long for a week, without getting tired! :D

 

If you like driving, and excotic cars, it is possible to experience it without breaking the bank. I visited http://everymanracing.co.uk/ with a group. We had a blast, and got a special price since we were a group. There are several other companies around europe that offers the same kind of experience. Higly recomended!

 

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Guest Thomas_MUA

Lovely graphical symmetry... bold vivid hue/chroma... begs to be part of a series... thank you for sharing Luc de Schepper

 

btw, feel the need for speed but don't want to incur the debt liability?

Look no farther than your local motorcycle dealer...

For less than a new D3x you can rocket through space at 150mph....

It's an incredible rush (I'm being conservative here)

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