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Nice pictures and location.
 
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Nice shots. Real camera or phone camera?
 
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Looks like La Jolla.
 

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Real camera, Canon EOS.
That's what I shoot. I like the background blurring. What lens did you use? The below was shot with my son's "nifty fifty" on my 80D.
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Although my 2nd car was a baby blue Ford Escort Mk 2 (in the '80!!), I never thought that a blue car would attract me to it ever again....until Misano Blue...

Owning 7 Alfas with different colours over the past almost 20 years, the paintwork has always been superb and glittering. Changes colour depending on how the the sun catches it... Misano Blue blows me away though... Got to get one....next one...

BTW, first correct reply of my very first car its baby puke colour, attached gets a week free in our home with me and my missus!! You just need to bring Dollars and flight money, heh we have to eat too.. ;) 😂
 

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Really nice, thanks for sharing!
Food and driver. Tell me more? Both obvious but curious.
 

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Well I think I’m a food enthusiast and a car enthusiast. Now I’m trying to articulate my passion in both. An experiment if you will. Got any good ideas or inspiration?
Alfa Romeo Donuts

ingredients :
1500 kilos of Alfa Romeo Giulia, preferably a Quadrifoglio - the green leaves make for a nice presentation
70-80 kilos of driver
one pair of rumballs
1 underground car park - preferably empty

method :
disable traction control
steer to the left and apply gas
steer to the right and apply gas
gently knead all the ingredients until you get a nice circular swirl,
but do not over cook it !!!!

SERVE HOT!!!!



 

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Well I think I’m a food enthusiast and a car enthusiast. Now I’m trying to articulate my passion in both. An experiment if you will. Got any good ideas or inspiration?
The use of the word "articulate" alone is encouraging.
 

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Alfa Romeo Donuts

ingredients :
1500 kilos of Alfa Romeo Giulia, preferably a Quadrifoglio - the green leaves make for a nice presentation
70-80 kilos of driver
one pair of rumballs
1 underground car park - preferably empty

method :
disable traction control
steer to the left and apply gas
steer to the right and apply gas
gently knead all the ingredients until you get a nice circular swirl,
but do not over cook it !!!!

SERVE HOT!!!!



😂😂😂😂 You want to write for me?
 

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Well I think I’m a food enthusiast and a car enthusiast. Now I’m trying to articulate my passion in both. An experiment if you will. Got any good ideas or inspiration?
Maybe as I also have a Culinary background. But Have to see where you are going with it first. ha ;)
 

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All these shot are motivating me to wash, clay, lightly polish and seal mine (going to use TW ceramic polish and TX ceramic spray) over the long weekend.
 
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