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A Mustang in Dorset

NickLeon

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Nick
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iPhone Xs
Still glancing through some old pics, I came across this Ford Mustang looking a little out of place on Shaftesbury's Park Walk, adjacent to the ruins of an
Abbey founded by Alfred the Great...
2015-10-03 10-1.20.00.jpg

The old iPhone 5c plus some Snapseed.
 
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sinnerjohn

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Still glancing through some old pics, I came across this Ford Mustang looking a little out of place on Shaftesbury's Park Walk, adjacent to the ruins of a
monastery founded by Alfred the Great...
View attachment 145067
The old iPhone 5c plus some Snapseed.
I think when you see a car like this in the UK its your duty to take a photo of it !
 

NickLeon

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Agreed; though it is hardly a brilliant photo. I gave it a grainy 'old film' look as the sky is blown out and thought it suited the mid-60s subject quite well.
 

sinnerjohn

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Well I think its suits the subject very well, excellent image :thumbs:

I saw a blue one locally a few years ago, I'll have to see if I can find the image. I love classic American cars.
 

RoseCat

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Catherine
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Still glancing through some old pics, I came across this Ford Mustang looking a little out of place on Shaftesbury's Park Walk, adjacent to the ruins of an
Abbey founded by Alfred the Great...
View attachment 145067
The old iPhone 5c plus some Snapseed.
Classic, for sure. Now for the burning question: What color was it?
 
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