Saw this Silver GL150 a year or two ago. I took these iPhone shots on Westbourne Grove, London when I caught up with the owner again in late November last year.
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It's pretty difficult to pull off a quality panning shot. Despite the main subject(s) not being completely in focus I reckon this still qualifies, considering the central position of the vespa in the frame and the passenger's cool side saddle pose. Not to mention the colours, sense of motion and all round atmosphere in this great composition by Steve Williams.
Steve - cheers for letting me feature this here on vespamore ; )
Seen a couple of streets away from the afore mentioned Sunbeam Alpine was this very nice Triumph Herald Vitesse; rarely seen these days 'in the wild', even less so the sportier Vitesse version.
Here is another Herald I shot on film which was then x-processed and funnily enough also a Vitesse, see here, here and here
Out visiting on the day job late October and walked past Scooter Surgery in Shepherds Bush; in the alley out the back of the workshop was this Series II Lambretta Li150 contrasting nicely with the graffiti. A vespa fan in the main, obvioulsy but I do like a Series II Lambretta, probably more so with a Spanish turning mudguard/fender.
Came across this very nice Aston Martin DB5 Superleggera in late October, residing in a London mews. Pretty rare indeed to see one of these 'in the wild' - no problem at more prestigious classic car meets but parked up in the street like this... not that I was I complaining, probably one of my best 'wild' finds to date.