Hard to believe I’ve not been over to east London for this breakfast meeting since September last year. No cruise up with others this time, just an agreement that we were all going. The forecast rain had provided a few worries for some the night before, but these are cars, they’re designed to be driven and part of that is getting wet. Easy for me to say this as I’m not driving a 60 plus-year-old car on skinny tires and 6-volt electrics. However, if I was fortunate enough to have an early car, it would be driven all the time. Thankfully, many people made the trip in a great variety of Porsche’s.
As this was the first adventure of the year the was a lot of catching up to be done. Subsequently, that meant more talking than taking photographs. This coupled with the fact I was using my new camera has resulted in only a small selection of images to share. I was determined to only take this new camera to force me into learning on the fly, which explains the complete lack of consistency in images. Oh, the joys of getting used to a completely new system and the options of creating custom film simulations with the Fuji X-Pro3. At times I wished I’d bought my Canon along, but that would have defeated the object. I’m sure I’ll get the hang of this new system soon.