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Posted on the 03 September 2012 by Gardenamateur
I've just spent the last half-hour figuring out how to set up a slideshow of all the dioramas I have done in Photoshop (96 so far, says Photobucket), starting with the relatively crude (or at least very simple) early ones, then slowly getting better as time has gone by, since I started back doing them back in late 2010.
The slideshow is at the bottom of the page, but to celebrate this minor improvement to the blog, here's my pick of the 10 dioramas which I am most pleased with, for one reason or another. They're in no particular order – picking the top 10 was hard enough!

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Peugeot 403 at Phillip Island, 1960, my first 'action' shot.


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Mythical arms summit at Gleneagles, Scotland, in 1969, with
Brezhnev and Nixon smiling for the cameras.


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Citroen C4 World Rally Championship, Sebastien Loeb driving.


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Holden FBs at a Golden Fleece Service Station in Sydney;
using my first colourised black and white background photo.


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Jaguar Mark V, my old family car, at the cricket.


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Citroen Type H Fruit and Vegetable van.


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Fiat Abarth Record Car 1960, glimpsed through the trees
as it speeds around the banking at Monza.


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Chrysler Valiant R series, with a Ford Falcon behind, in
a suburban fantasy about a new car owner's pride.


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Borgward Traumwagen ('Dream Car') pictured in a scene
showing the future as it was imagined back in the 1950s.

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Renault Floride and Peugeot 404 cabriolet somehwere on
the French Riviera.


So that's my top 10 so far. Hopefully the slideshow thing (see below this post) will work OK for you. I'd be interested to hear from you whether you agree with my top 10, or if something else appeals a bit more.
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