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Discussion in 'Land of the Rising Sun: ADV Bikes from Japan' started by potski, Jun 6, 2010.
And in Denmark.
north of Berkeley, Ca, on my morning run to get out of the city. neat sign and it's what I feel like as I leave the congestion..
on the way to discover how fast the front fenders on both bikes get completely clogged with mud. by lake berryessa, northern ca. and Potski, thanks for starting this thread
Arktus, I see you have a sign on your pannier case, warning you to watch out for Kangaroos.
Watch carefully when you are in Denmark.
Hehe. It was a gift and has a story behind it. Got it (from a friend who visited australia) after i nearly had a collision with a kangoaroo. Right here in my little hometown in germany!:eek1 Never thought, i would see one here.
It had escaped his prison and jumped over the street as i went to work. It started a funny hunt at 6 in the morning.
wow love this pic, what sort of set up do you use to create this style of picture
No big deal. The pic itself had a god quality, so i only used a blur tool for the background (behind the bike and the stone). I used this effect in both pics. In the first one i also worked with color balance.
on the LGKS (military road from WWI between Italy and France) Summer 2009:
... and what it looked like, on a trip thru GB in summer 1997:
not many of the old style pics found their way onto my computer, I purchased the bike in 1995
Inskip Point by Rainbow beach looking over to Fraser Island.
On trip to Coolah Tops Ride
While riding along the island north coast....
Hard to pick just one since I can't help myself and take pics of the bike almost everywhere I go so here's a couple.
If you can't live without more, theres a few hundred more similar shots here:
or just at state signs here:
Hi wde TA,
Bike looks well, particually like the ist one with the mountain backdrop.
Think your bike is on the Horizons Unlimited "gear up" dvd ?
The first shot is at the Worthington Glacier off the Richardson Highway on the way to Valdez, Alaska.
I haven't seen the HU dvd so I'm not sure if my bike made it there. I did attend a couple HU events here in Colorado a few years back and gave a short slideshow on my first Alaska trip at one of them.
Here is a shot of mine (rearmost bike) and Russell's Transalps when we went for a ride in the Beerburrum State Forest just north of Brisbane (queensland, Australia) on the weekend. This was taken at the Glasshouse Mountains Lookout. We were accompanied by another mate on his F650GS - he had trouble keeping up of course!!!
Good work Potski! Here are a couple of my TransFrankenAlp:
Return leg from Birdsville in 2005.
2009 Sunny Corner Trail Ride. Heap of forestry single track - the 60km was hard going, but managed to complete the course. Then rode 300km home, passing all the trailered trail bikes through the Blue Mountains hardtop.
Absolutely buggered when I got home. The entry sticker still taking pride & place on the helmet.
On the way to the 2010 Oz Honda V-Twinners meeting at Byrock this year. I love this shot.
"Good work Potski!"
That second one of your bike "return leg from Birdsville" I hope is at least framed on your wall, but should be made into a poster ...or even front page ADV material ??
Good pics of you and the 'Beast' Dan.
Italian Alps below Colle Sommeiller in 2856m
Very Nice gurumarvy, Thanks for sharing!