One of The Z Car Club Queensland’s biggest events each year is the Christmas in July run and this year was no exception. Saturday saw 40+ cars navigating around the Sunshine Coast hinterland with clues, directions and challenges meticulously set out by Dave Robertson. Upon arriving at our hotel for the night we were greated with some spectauclar views of the Glasshouse Mountains (as you can see in the pictures) before we set in for our Christmas feast.
I spent most of the day driving but still managed to get a few pictures at a couple of the stops. Thank you to David Robertson and everyone in the ZCCQ who helped organised a fantastic weekend.
The printed magazine, much like the newspaper, seems to be a dying breed. Magazines on tablets and PC’s seem to be the way of the future with less production costs and more ‘interactive’ content available on demand such as links to videos, suppliers, and further reading etc. But then along comes a magazine that reminds you of what a quality publication feels like and why the digital will never completely replace the physical.
263 Photos | 14th July 2013
This year, the RACQ Motorfest was a celebration of 100 years of Aston Martin and 50 years of Lamborghini but of course there were a variety of cars on display, about 750 in total. The day was pretty miserable and I’d hoped the rain would keep the crowds to a minimum but there were so many people I could barely get a clear shot! Here are just a few from the day…
This was my first year at RACQ MotorFest and wow what a show! Just when I thought I had seen all there was to see I would find another pocket of cars behind a building or around the corner. Unfortunately on the day my camera battery didn’t have much life left in it so I only managed to snap a few pics. I’m looking forward to going back next year with a fully charged battery!
8 Photos | 7th August 2010
Whilst at a workshop day organised by www.viczcar.com, Rev asked if I could take a few snaps of his 260z he was about to sell. So with the cheap lens I had in my hand and only a few minutes of time I managed to snap off the few photos below, luckily we were in a fairly pristine part of the country!