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Discussion in 'Day Trippin'' started by Kamchat, Jan 10, 2010.
Thanks . .. I will ..it just takes me a while to upload ...
Loch Lubnaig in November
Thanks for that
Sarah on the military road to Garelochhead
Of course you're going to die!!!
You're riding on the wrong side of the road!
Oh wait, you're in the United Kingdom...
Scotland has some of the finest motorcycle roads on the planet, when the sun is out. Riding on Skye should be on everyones list of rides to do. Great images.
very nice wish i was riding there!
some great on road photos so far. Different from the norm! awesome!
Damn road works! ..we filtered as far as we could but got stuck behind a truck.
Stewart and patrick on the A85
Sarah at Glen Coe
Thanks Lol! ...Sometimes both sides are used ...
Applecross is a big favourite with many in our group.
Seriously, is that the camera you are using?
I was going to get an entry level DSLR, shots are awesome!
How do you do that speed shot? looks like everything's moving...
Thanks ...so do I ...currently waiting for the sub-zero temps and snow to go! Only a few weeks to go before we are back out again. Can't wait!
The bridge at Killin
Sarah on the A81 near Aberfoyle
Yes, that is the camera... I know nothing about photography Lol!. If I had a fancy camera I would probably mess up, - getting the settings wrong. So I just use the little Canon and have it set on 'auto' ... I hold the camera in my left hand and just click away. It's a 'numbers game' - I get a lot of crap shots too but I just delete those. That's the great thing about digital - costs nothing to reel off loads of pics. Not like the old days when you had to pay for developing.
Thanks for the castles and road pics!!!
Stewart on his Tricolore 1098
Sarah and the 'gang' at Tyndrum ..excitement mounting as we get ready to hit the A85
At the 'Rest 'n be Thankful'
Thank you. Glad you like them.
Cheers! It's getting late here so I am off to bed - Got quite a few more still to post so I will try and get them up over the next day or so.
See ya tomm.
And thanks again for the lovely pics.
Enjoyed your photos. Looks like some great countryside for riding.
I don't remember any of that from our trip to Scotland back when! Then again, we were in a 73 Dodge van with a MB camper top on it and Dad prolly didn't go on the back roads!
Looks like an awesome place to ride. Too bad about the Poms!