Finally got some good weather and a car that is running really well, so I popped up to Orford via some of my favourite local roads.
No one at the castle.
First drive after the Covid19 lockdown.
My daughter was back from University in her new MX-5 this month. Compared to most cars the MX-5 is quite small :-)
Parked up on Orford Quay.
Freshly cleaned car.
Perfect end to a truly fantastic driving weekend. Late Sunday evening run up to Orford. Empty roads, sunlight and the perfect temperature for open top driving.
First properly warm and sunny day of the year.
One of my favourite local roads. Completely deserted early on a Sunday morning. Never thought to actually stop and take a picture before, so this is the first time in more than 7 years. The Fury is perfectly suited to these kinds of roads. Shot on a Nikon D3200 with Nikon 18-200 lens.
The Fury is so much fun it really should be illegal. I guess one day, cars like this really won't be allowed on public roads. For now, I'm just going to make the most of it. Shot on a Nikon D3200 with Nikon 18-200 lens.
Orford Castle - shot on an iPhone 5 using the ProHDR app.
Orford Castle - shot on an iPhone 5.
|Aldeburgh beach with the 'sea shells' in the background. Shot using HDR Pro app on the iPhone 4.|
|Orford Quay again! Silly warm weather for this time of year but low sun. Shot using HDR Pro app on the iPhone 4.|
|Orford Quay. The reason I take so many pictures here is because the roads from home to here are just brilliant (if you take the right route) and the Quay is a special place for me, with great memories.|
|Orford Quay again.|
|Viewed from my front door.|
|Viewed from my son's bedroom window.|
|Rear view with side lights on.|
|Some great roads on the way up to the Quay at Orford.|
|Applying the front stripe section.|
|Applying the rear stripe section.|
|Shakedown testing at Debach Airfield.|