There is nothing like a classic car rally to being back memories of the 1960s. In my day I owned a succession of MGs, Midgets and MG Bs. So I was naturally drawn to the MGs on display of which there were many.
It was unfortunate that the EU forced rubber bumpers as the earlier cars fitted with chrome bumpers looked much better. Of course the real classic MG was the MG A, and a 1959 model was on display.
There were of course some vintage models view, although I was particularly drawn to the MGs.
I met one real character who was directing traffic, an RAF veteran who kindly allowed me to take his photograph.
All colour images taken with a Fujifilm X Pro 1 camera fitted with a 35mm 1.4 lens, all exposures were ISO 400, 1/250 second at f8. The monochrome was taken at f2.8 and 1/1900 shutter speed.
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