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Sign of a Legend


A bit of vintage computer macro shenanigans – I peeled this metal sign off a spare C64 with a red-painted case. Ihis looks almost handmade, they sure don’t make ’em like this anymore! :-)

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Vintage Chips V


Some other electric bits from the C64 main board.

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Vintage Chips IV


Two words: Chuck Peddle!

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Vintage Chips III


The sound factory of the C64 – with a legacy that lasts until today.

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Vintage Chips II


More ancient chips from the old Commodore 64 mainboard, most of these are RAM and ROM!

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Vintage Chips I


I had a bit of macro fun with a mainboard of one of my favourite old computers last week. I have done this before, but not with the SX1, so here is a much sharper and detailed attempt. I also processed those in colour and black and white and will post the monochrome versions sometime later. This combination of chips should tell everyone who knows those old computers what machine this actually is! :-)

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Crossy Spider Returns II


Garden Cross Spider with some lunch – I guess the web was in exactly the right corner!

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Crossy Spider Returns!


For a couple of days last week, I had a Garden Cross Spider take up residence in one of the tomato bushes. It had to rebuild its web lots of times, but it was there for quite a long time!

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Among the Raindrops


I’m not sure what this is, but it was expertly navigating around the raindrops :-).

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Mean Green Flying Machine II


Heavy Metal(lic).

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