I’m so glad that I’ve started school down in Monterey. The sights, sounds and smells of this area are what keep me coming back for more. So, I decided to do a little venturing on one of my days off. It’s nice to just drive down the seaside, smell the sea breeze and take your mind off of everything. I’m not going to want to leave here after two years.
Bought a new car, instantly got it dirty. Couldn’t be happier with it.
Just a few shots of the San Francisco Cars and Coffee. Such a variety of awesome cars. From expensive exotics, to muscle cars, to cafe racers. Definitely an event to check out if you’re in the Bay Area.
Can’t beat the vocals of Chromeo mixed with a funky beat.
Recently got my prints back from a roll of film I had developed. Very happy with the results of some of the pictures. This is exactly why I love shooting film. Shooting it, then developing it without knowing what your image will look like. It’s very rewarding when they come out looking like this.
Finally got around to installing my Powered by Max skizz plate. What was supposed to be an easy install took about two hours simply because the holes didn’t line up. My tension rod brackets needed a little banging out and one hole on the skid plate needed a some dremmling. Overall the install was easy, it just took time and patience. Hopefully this will keep my undercarriage protected from hitting road reflectors and freeway mountains.
Whenever there’s drifting involved i’m always happy to tag along and enjoy a day full of it. TD Garage hosted a drift day up at Thunderhill Raceway. Even though we didn’t get to use the newly completed skidpad, we still had a lot of fun.