A cinematic video shot on my Sony A6000. We went to the walking bridge and enjoyed our time. The weather was alright, overall good time.
I will be getting back to basics with my car in a couple days, stay tuned till Wednesday, got a special video coming out.
I drive a 2006 Audi A4 2.0T Quattro. Hope you enjoy the video and continue to follow my build on this car and help me grow.
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