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29.2.12

Vespas in the wild

Green Primavera by Vespamore !


Green Primavera  by Vespamore !

Ridden not hidden by Vespamore !


Ridden not hidden  by Vespamore !

I always enjoy coming across classic Vespas in London's motorcycle parking bays.

Here are a couple of examples spotted in February this year, a dark green late Primavera & an early 1st series ET3 Primavera in brown paint, which you don't come across that often.

These shots aren't always the easiest to compose, usually due to the subject being sandwiched between ugly, modern bikes/scooters but I like the challenge of trying to extract a decent shot where possible.

Shots were taken with my Olympus OM-2N on Kodak Portra 35mm film. More 'Vespas in the wild' I've taken in this set here

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