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Apparently photographing blue cars on purpose is now A Thing around here. And of course a major Auto Show presents a person with plenty of subjects. The camera is the Pentax K-5iis, the lens is the Sigma 30mm f/1.4 Art. … Continue reading
It’s the middle of February, and that means it’s time for the Chicago Auto Show. I’m back from my visit, and though I haven’t had time to download and sort through the pictures from the big camera, the phone camera … Continue reading
The Japanese scarf (more properly, the furoshiki) went to the Auto Show this year. It had numerous adventures you will see later, but the high point of its visit was being photographed elegantly posed with a 1951 Alfetta in the … Continue reading
Among the cars I was most interested in seeing at this year’s Auto Show are this pair of twins: the Fiat 500 X and the Jeep Renegade. These are definitely fraternal twins: they share a substantial family legacy in the … Continue reading
It was a close call; we had to wait until the last possible day, but yes, we made it to the Chicago Auto Show this year. You’ll have to wait a bit to see a few selections from the more … Continue reading
When I cleared last weekend for minicomics weekend, I wasn’t counting on getting sick, and did not clear the first part of the week to match. There should be more Little Maudie tomorrow, but until then, back to the Auto … Continue reading
Take one photography enthusiast, add one pretty good camera and one excellent prime lens in a the classic focal length for street shooting, fuel with coffee, Diet Coke and churros, and release into two enormous exhibition halls full of shiny, … Continue reading
This is a very, very good time for Americans who like Italian cars. A few genuine Italian home market Fiats are trickling into Chrysler dealerships now that the ownership takeover is complete, Alfa Romeo may finally be returning to the … Continue reading
After weeks of nothing much happening, here comes a real mishmash of a week. I’m inking like crazy to finish “History Times” on schedule, and dealing with the creative results of that (leaps in understanding of Gale as a character, … Continue reading