by Dingo, c. 2011
Garage lights refracting through fuel spillages on terracotta forecourt, with fallen leaf.
Shell filling station, Mile End rd, E. London
( the autumn colors
London Dadaist Dingo; “ Seeing/Putting the extra in the ordinary” TMs
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By the way talking of garage forecourts Mike did you get to do that test drive you mentioned—–what was it, er the new M series something i think you said?
The 2012 Beamer M1, yes. Popped into Hexagon in highgate for the td, jeez H. Christ, talk about a rabbit out of a trap, 560 horses, a real flying machine – superlatives fail, esp. with the price.
But hell it’s only money 😉
Taking delivery in March with any luck.
the colours do it for me, too.
love+light to you+yours
Thank you Roy, for your kind comment.
Apparently the petrol/diesel mix smell off of the forecourt wasn’t exactly complimentary to the ‘extra ordinary’ visuals!
Take care & be well my friend.
Beautiful colours. This definately lives up to Dingo’s trademark as this is ‘seeing the extra in the ordinary’, lovely.