The Motoring Telegraph brings us an in-depth look at one of the most well known, yet secretive, spy shot photographers in the world. You've seen her shots of black clad test mules or zebra striped sedans. Brenda Priddy spends a few weeks a year out in the desert trying to find the next morsel of automotive fodder for us enthusiasts on the net and in print. It's an interesting read for your Friday morning coffee. Thanks to Josh W for the tip
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