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Discussion in 'Photos' started by kiwiDakar, Jun 29, 2002.
What did you shoot those beautiful close-ups with @achtung3 ? Fancy camera? Smartphone ... with attachment? (I just bought a cheapo set of smartphone lenses - super wide, wide and close-up - for a present. :)
I've heard good things about these new smartphones, (didn't have a smartphone until last month- I just learned how to use the camera on the phone- too cumbersome)
This time I used a canon 5d MK 3 with a 100mm macro. I normally use my cheapo casio point and shoot and it comes out real good.
Here is one with Casio Exilim camera
Not new, just an updated photo as I take a really good bike and add the final pieces to make it a really great bike to me.
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Here's my vstrom. I thought about selling it a couple of times, but then I ride it and I love it. Plus I dropped it a couple of times in the mountains trying to learn how to ride through deep mud puddles on jeep tracks. The really clean ones around here don't sell for enough for me to justify selling this one...which is well maintained/upgraded...but definitely used.
The MV stands as my vote for best looking motorcycle of all time and forever. I never tire of looking at them.
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2012 Ural Retro at top of Lewiston Grade [Idaho]
Great looking pic! Kawasaki should use it to sell their bikes!
Thanks! It's a work in progress...
Not new, not even new to me! But recently changed color... perhaps there is a KTM in my future... lol!
Went last weekend for shoping while weather was rainy, refreshing 39°F (4°C).
See the result:
"Went last weekend for shopping while weather was rainy, refreshing 39°F (4°C).
See the result:"
Maybe you should consider a sidecar!
I have traveled over the Lewiston Grade a couple of times; it's a dramatic drop into town. Nice photo.
Here's a photo taken last September in Idaho. Notice the hazy quality? It was smokey everywhere out west that I traveled. This was atop White Bird Pass in Idaho and under more normal clear conditions the view would be spectacular.