Look at that riesen autobus hidden a bit behind the Ricard wall. Riesen? So it’s big? I’d say so yes...

But what is that? In the rear? Underneath the luggage?

Yeah, that came this way from my supplier. It was cheap though, 5 euros, but it was supposed to be new. How I took it out of it’s packaging told me immediately it was taken of it’s blister.

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Luckily the supplier refunded immediately (I just got it for it’s cheapness to go along in the package for something else I really needed actually) but still: WHY DO YOU EVEN BOTHER PACKING IT? It was their last one, they couldn’t send a replacement...

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I’d like to see what Dadurling can do with this one in his dioramas. Mine are simply to small. The size of the bus is nice to see what aperture can do with your shots though.

f 11, the aperture I use most of the time.
f 3.5, the minimum f for my macro lens.

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The model is an Altaya in 1/43, and it’s a mini (hmmmm) replica of the Mercedes-Benz O 1000 bus. I have no idea about busses in general (or about pre-war which this, well, I think is) so I can’t tell much about it.

Besides this one was driving around München apparently... And that if there’s a cast I’d like to weather a bit it is this one: it’s big and it’s cheap. And that’s it for today, still recovering from last week...

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