CWL of the day

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Rubber wrote:This one for some afternoon B road blasting in the 205, following some morning tinkering!

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Great choice of classic.

I've only competed in a 205 once but been multiple owner of Peugeots, including mk1 106 Rallye, and competed in many a Pug over the years.
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blowfish89 wrote:How do you get both the foreground and the background in focus in a photo ?
By using a small aperture in Aperture Priority mode on my camera. The smaller the aperture, the greater the range of focus (depth of field).
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smegwina wrote:Today's arrival.

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Same for me too this morning - very happy bunny.
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statto wrote:Same for me too this morning - very happy bunny.
Im not surprised its a cracking looking watch .
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This needs more wrist time!

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nordwulf wrote:Exploring the Canadian wilderness in northern Ontario with the vintage Trident today.

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Gorgeous... reminds me of the Upper Peninsula (I'm a Michigander myself, stuck in NYC these days).
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C600 IPB Elite for tonight's night shift.

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For only 175 of them made, you see them everywhere at the moment! ;)

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^^Great picture of a cracking watch. :thumbup:
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Thanks Nordwulf, f/22 for the win.
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Congratulations Guy !
That looks fantastic mate.
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smegwina wrote:Image

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Great photo there Nick; good to see the Extreme being put to good use (rather than sitting in the watch box) . :thumbup: :silent:

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smegwina wrote:Image

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Snap!

Arrived earlier on today.

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