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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Clansters, Jul 13, 2009.
Hey Megamoto I think my kids live in your Hood
We took our honeymoon on a CB 750F in 1979, coast to coast and back on a CBR1000 Hurricane in 1992 and she resides as queen on a 1800 WIng today.
35 years and it just gets better and better! I should mention that I've known her since the 2nd grade.....so there's no secrets in our house!
So. California trip years ago....it was cold that day....warming up and taking a little snooze in the Cali sunshine
There's a few wives and bikes in the family.....
that is really cool!
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Pictures taken during our trip to Colorado. These are from the day we did a mountain pass in San Juan mountains, in Durango. Her first off road ride. She rode a GS 650, I was riding a GS 1200 - both rented. She has a F800-R of her own.
In the wolf-pack
Her first river crossing (no she did not dunk it)
Sandy slope break
During a scenic break
During a scenic break
That's an awesome pic.
Excellent. Congrats on the good life.
Icy, ypu are indeed a lucky man ... your missus is lovely ... as are many Asian women!
:) hahah. thank you zz-r rider. I truly am :)
A nice pic
HDR like. Did you use automatic HDR camera settings for the exposure, or did you actually combine images? Inquiring minds want to know...
It all started with the guy in the middle, my Dad, and went from there. I had to get permission from the park to take the bikes into the park and off the path.....I didn't tell them how many bikes there was going to be!
Can someone in this family adopt me? It is way too cool to have that many riders in one family
Best I could with an old photo, 1970.
The bike- long gone.
The attractive young woman-still married.
Yonder she's walking
She comes my way
Her red dress on
Her long black hair.
[ The Loved One ]
Believe it or not, this is not HDR. It's just a filter on Picasa's (I guess Google+ has the same engine) that I used :)) Though, I should add that the picture is taken with Nikon D90 with 18-70 lens and that helps
Ah, HDR, back when things required technical skill. I remember working so hard with different exposures +/- settings, LightRoom frustrations, weird filters I purchased on Photoshop. Now, just a few clicks and drags and voila. Gotta love technology :)
She is soooo cute! Does she ride that thing, or just look purdy on it?
bustedsprocket - is that the entry to a trail in Pachaug?
Kind of looks like it!
New to her XT 225.
She even rode my KLR with me when I had it.
She's not too bad off the bike either!
She is an amazing wife, mother, friend. We've been together almost 20 years, and I cherish every moment we share.