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Bangkok-based Thai photographer Weerapong Chaipuck discovered his passion for photography after an early retirement from the medical profession. Now, Chaipuck travels the world, snapping shots of all the beautiful landscapes he comes across. His breathtaking images offer eye-catching perspectives …Travel
The 1970s were all sex and wings and wedges and aero and jaw-dropping designs that stand the test of time today.<p>The 1970s were all sex and wings and wedges and aero and jaw-dropping designs that stand the test of time today. Here are the ten coolest 1970s cars, according to you.Jay Leno
First vehicle was electric and made in 1898<p>The first Porsche ever made has been recovered from a shed in Austria where it sat for over 100 years. The vehicle is called the "Egger-Lohner electric vehicle, C.2 Phaeton model" — nicknamed the "P1" for short — and was created by Ferdinand Porsche …
1920 French National Championships Original Vintage Photograph (5"x7") Only 4 Starters……. This is the entire starting field of the 1920 French National Championships: PÉLISSIER Henri (La Sportive) ALAVOINE Jean (Bianchi) LUGUET Louis (Bianchi) BROCCO Maurice (Bianchi) Until we discovered this image in our collection a few years ago, we had never seen an original photograph from this race. The handful of images we had seen to that point were always third or fourth generation copies taken from the printed newspapers of the day. Nothing like an original image to really see the detail of the riders, the rocks on the road, the quilting of the leather of the car seat, and the texture of the clothing of the riders. Jean Alavoine won the 100km race on May 9, 1920 ahead of 2nd place finisher Henri Pélissier. The other two riders, Luguet and Brocco, did not finish the race. If we am not mistaken, this race had the fewest participants ever for the French National Road Championships. Not even enough finishers to fill a podium! www.HortonCollection.com
An exhibition detailing the achievements of Nasa – covering the golden age of space exploration – has opened, featuring over 100 rare photographs. Taken by men, women and machines over a 20-year period, it includes the first ever Earthrise seen by human beings. It continues at Breese Little in …
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