San Vito lo Capo, Italy
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Category: July Tagged: abarth, black and white, car, fujifilm, fujiholics, fujilove, Italy, monochrome, San Vito lo Capo, travel, unusual, x100t
Delightful shot! Nothing unusual about that 🙂
What’s the unusual?
Me shooting cars and the car itself 🙂
Is It a Seat 600?
Abarth – I never heard of it before.
Petrus: to me, it seemed a Seat 600 model car. And so it is!
As you can see in the Wikipedia article dedicated to Seat 600 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SEAT_600), designer Carlo Abarth caught this little and popular car, and tuned it.
I think this is the car you saw it, and you captured in your picture.
Wow, they are quite similar. I was not aware of the Seat 600, but I like that as well. My favorite after my visit to Sicily is the cinquecento.
Not a car I’ve seen before.
A cool car, and beautifully captured, bringing out it’s soft forms. I love the richness of tones in this photograph.
Great shot! Clear, precise lines…
Nice. I saw so many little Fiat cars like this when I was in Rome, but never a road so quiet as in your composition. Great shot!
A classic, beautifully captured in black and white.
Great photo, and I am sort of tempted to recreate it in H0 scale (maybe showing my favourite characters just hanging around). As for the car, I think it is the original FIAT 500, maybe tuned by Abarth – a car we lovingly call Knutschkugel in German, a term that does not translate easily, but knutschen is colloquial for intense kissing, and Kugel translates into orb or globe. Yeah, back when…
It recalls me italian films of the sixties and the seventies… I like this car… Nice shot. I wish i could be in italy now
Excellent photo! Great light and patterns.
Love this photo.
Visiting from BLACK AND WHITE WEEKEND.
FRANKLY MY DEAR
Cool photo. Very Italian. True Italy.
Renovated old Fiat500 you can find in south Italy like Calabria or Sicily.
That’s a charming little car, I can see it tearing around the mountains with some crazed Paisan behind the wheel.
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