vespamore photography (pronounced "vespa-mor-ay" combining the words vespa and amore, the Italian word for love, "vespalove" by definition)
- 35mm film photography by Paul Hart, gallery - here As well as featuring my own work, this blog also features work by other photographers and anything else creative that has caught my attention or inspired me.

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RETROSPECTIVE CYCLES book, photography by Paul Hart, available to order via link - here

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Original paint Vespa GS150 VS5


Yes, it's another film shot I've taken of a GS... although this is a particularly lovely VS5 still dressed in its original paint, from when it left Piaggio's Pontedera factory.

Just check out those gorgeous curves.. I think this is my favourite or definitely one of my favourite viewpoints when looking over a GS150 - something you tend to think about a fair bit when you've spent as much time photographing them as I have. It is a thing of beauty and still has the ability to stop you in your tracks after all these years.

This example I don't think has much backstory but I liked it's tax disc, modified exhaust and retro fitted, foot operated air horns which the owner asked Retrospective Scooters to fit.

See the album of 35mm film shots I took in full here 

You can also see the stunning Andre Baldet styled GS150 I photographed, which was recently completed by Retrospective Scooters and The London Scooter Bodyshop by following link here it is also featured in just published Issue 3 of ScooterNova magazine

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