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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Buffalo Bill, Aug 24, 2009.
A trip through the plains -
Somewhere in Hungary that part called Hortobágy
Small road to Albania from Montenegro.
Highway in Transylvania. :)
Traffic jam in Transylvania.
Grossglockner stasse in may.
Birdsville and Innamincka junction (Stuart Stoney Desert)
Only 2000 km (1200 mls) of straight road to go:eek1
Toadstool Park in Western Nebraska
Don't know if this qualifies as great plains, but you can ride for 100s of kilometers and only go between 120-160 metres above sea level
Another one from today. Somewhere southeast of Dove Creek, CO.
Ahhhh home. You take all these Bill? What camera are you using?
With Bill, I'm not sure it's the camera. I could buy the bestest camera in the world, and still take crap pics.
I did......Those were taken with a Nikon DSLR...The D2X with a nikon 18-70mm lens..Manual mode...ISO 100, f8, shutter around 1/60...Two were early and one was taken late, so I used a gitzo tripod w/really right stuff bh55, with a nikon mc 30 release...
I also use Nikon D200 DLSR, and a Canon G10 to get similar results....
You get all that?
Well its definitely not part of the Great Plains of North America...Still, a great shot, and nice to see a comparable landscape so far away...Is that an early season wheat crop in the field?
Thanks for checking out the Thread and sharing the photo...
The first time I rode west from Boston was 2005. It was a hateful struggle getting through Chicago, but started looking up in Wisconsin. Minnisota was like a big Howdy to me...and then I hit the south Dakota. It filled me with joy. So vast. So clear.
Buffalo Gap National Grasslands
Nevada high desert was similar, but very different.
The oure back to Boston was the southern deserts and plains.