V8 Pickup

Pickup Truck


While on holiday last year in Hunstanton, Norfolk I kept hearing a fat american V8 driving around the town, and one day it was parked up so I could snap it with my camera!

My friends dad always had american cars  and vans and I’ve enjoyed them for most of my life, so I was excited when I could finally put a picture to that beautiful sound.

Camera Used ~ iPhone 4s

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✞Follower of Christ, Husband, Guitarist, Drummer, Photographer, Health & Fitness advocate....Oh and i'm also Blind too! 😀

12 Responses to “V8 Pickup”

  1. I love the car and with this black and white stlye!

  2. I don’t know how you do it you are a top rate photographer!

  3. Such a lovely shot Steve? I love the vintage feel of it! 🌞RL

    • Thanks Robyn, thats so kind of you. Yeah i didn’t realise i had applied the vignette until i zoomed in once i published it, but i think i got away with it! lol

  4. Love this shot in black and white!

    • Thanks, As i’m colour blind too i try and do lots in black & white! I can’t see any subtle changes in the effects i put on so i just press a few and hope they come out alright! lol Thanks for the lovely comment! 🙂

  5. My Tropical Home Reply May 3, 2013 at 14:21

    Steve, that is stunning! I never thought I would say that about a car. I love the B&W.

    • Yeah its a very nice pickup. Here in the UK you don’t get to see many old american cars like this, they are rare. So it was great to here another one, the sound of that V8 took me right back to all of the Americana events we used to go to and show my friends car and also see an amazing mix of american cars!
      When i was fully sighted i used to work in a body-shop where i worked on restoring or customising lots of different cars and also got to drive a few BMW’s which were nice too! 😀

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