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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dave6253, Jul 7, 2010.
Baja Designs Squadrons!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
How many? One, two, 453?
KTM 990 with 2 Squadrons. My buddy only has one Squadron on his 450 and it is still crazy bright.
The HID in effect
This was a barely legal ride on a jogging trail which connected to some sweet drainage ditches and canals.
The boy's parked at work.
Piaggio MP3 250. A great way to get around a city with cobbled streets, street car rails and wild traffic.
Very nice pics guys and gals! Can I play?
bridge2 by a.hoglen, on Flickr
newry5 by a.hoglen, on Flickr
DSC_4443 by a.hoglen, on Flickr
nighthouse by a.hoglen, on Flickr
sparkle by a.hoglen, on Flickr
4th2 by a.hoglen, on Flickr
fwk3 by a.hoglen, on Flickr
Well, that's all for now!
With shutter/lens work like that, you can play anytime. Very nice!
Took one of the bikes we just finished out last night for a shakedown run around the city and snapped these pics while we were out:
My CB900 in touring mode (chopped Windjammer!)
The Chomper, a 1948 Harley we built in my buddy's garage. She's almost finished but she's great as is:
Evening in the canyon by firelight, iPhone.
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11PM up the col de l'Oeillon (France), you have a great vue over the Rhône valley.
I'm quite surprised by what my cheap compact camera is able of, on long pose mode.
Hope ya'll have a Happy 4th!..
Well my best night shots weren't on the bike so screw that... Here are a couple of night shots with my PowerShot SX100IS handheld on manual settings. Brace yourself and control your breathing, next time I need to take my Rebel and tripod.
At the tracks in Wilmington on some patchy dirt.
ISO400, 1.0s, F/2.8
Wharf Street, Terminal Island
ISO200, 0.4s, F/2.8
Possible old Cannery, Terminal Island
ISO100, 3.2s, F/2.8
Another old building on Terminal Island
ISO100, 0.5s, F/2.8
I really need to get back into seriously playing with my camera, it's just so tough to get out of the house with two small children.
Somewhere in Iowa near the Mississippi late night with a little backlighting courtesy of mother nature.
Along the banks of the Delaware River, just north of Easton, PA:
And one from a trip to Vancouver, BC in '09: