Seven Day B&W Photo Challenge – Day 5

I have been invited by Ann Christine (Leya) to participate in the 7 day B&W photo challenge.

The Rules are:

• Seven days.

• Seven black and white photos of your life.

• No people

• No explanation

• Challenge someone new each day

I shan’t be challenging specific people, but leave an open invitation to anyone who wishes to participate….



  1. That’s a powerful reinforced roll bar in that two-seater. (Midget? )You must have anticipated some hectic driving, Sue!
    Nice to see the old WASO locking petrol cap too! And the reversing lights might well have been an ‘optional accessory’ back then. Boot racks! So useful. Hatchbacks killed them off, I suspect.
    Best wishes, Pete.

    • Sue

      Sprite, Pete…I did some hectic driving, as you put it, in those days. Still miss that car. The roll bar stiffened up the back of the car nicely, and I used to slide it about a bit! Cornering on the door handles!! Did some classic rallying for a brief period.

      • Pat Moss comes to mind! Good for you, Sue!
        I was a comfort driver whenever possible. Automatic gearboxes when I could afford them, and a ‘point and go’ mentality. I still have an auto now, a Zafira. Mind you, it is a six-speed turbo-diesel SRi sport model. Something of a contradiction in terms, for a 7-seat people carrier! 🙂
        Bet wishes, Pete.

      • Sue

        For quite a few years now I have had to drive an automatic, but for me there is nothing like a manual ‘box! Real driving….

  2. Gorgeous shot, Sue. I hope the threatening rain didn’t catch you with the top down. 🙂

  3. Nice shot, Sue! And I can understand that you sometimes miss that car…

  4. Lovely scenery and a story of adventure too. Indeed, could not spot a soul anywhere!!

  5. I’m so glad Pete extracted the story from you. The shot reeked of story. You’re an amazing woman.

  6. Interesting one! Good evening from a well indulged birthday Jo 🙂 🙂

  7. What a fabulous picture Sue and a great car! Not surprised you miss driving her.

  8. How many speeding fines did you get Sue ? 🙂

  9. Very sporty little number

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