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Discussion in 'Photos' started by kimangao, Jun 16, 2005.
Not exactly a travel pic....taken 7/3/05 up around Victor, Colorado.
Probably my favourite from my travels on the KTM, I wish I had a better camera on hand to do the scene justice though.
Isolated Flat, Molesworth Station, NZ
Cape Breton, Nova Scotia (Cabot Trail) - GS just peeking in...
Another big traffic day in Nova Scotia.
You are right, it does not do it justice.
On a trail ride up in the Cascades, in WA state. I'm on the right waiting for my buddy to come over on his XR650L.
A small section of the "trail" was gone and his rear tire washed out. We managed to right it and continued on with the ride.
Did I mention that I am terrified of heights?
This next one isn't the greatest pic, but I love it because it captures the spirit of trail riding for me.
Lastly, snapped this one while working in India for about a month. I was jonesing for a ride bad and this guy looked like he was having fun. Right after I snapped the pic he turned towards me and gave me a friendly wave.
..... Outside the Silver Dollar Saloon in Red Mountain, Ca.
... Inside the Silver Dollar Saloon...:huh .. ... ...need I say more?!!
I like this one h20pumper took (with a timer) of us above the King City Asbestos Company's mine in the BLM Clear Creek Management Area (Central Coast region of Cali). We are standing on the same geologic formation and its very dry...
These are from my recent trip from Virginia to California and back. It sure was nice to be off work for 40 days!
This one is from Zion...
This one is from California...
Me at the tree of shame at Deal's Gap...
This one is at the Angeles National Forest, looking towards LA...
This is a pic of the old road leaving Sequoia National Park...
We hit Yosemite a few days after it had been closed due to flooding...
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Heading up to the Cherohala Skyway, TN (with a bit of GS windshield poking through)
Somewhere in NZ (on a rented 12GS):
Port Campbell, on the Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia (can't see it, but a rented 11.5GS)
Let me first say that I am inspired and humbled by the preceeding pictures. It tells me that there are way too many places to see, and sadly, not enough time in a lifetime to see them all. I'm glad that I can see them through your collective eyes. Now, one of my faves...<BR><BR>Avenue of the Giants, CA. USA.
Well, maybe one more OK?
<BR>Badlands, SD. USA.
. . . but seeing all of y'all's reminds me of all the cool places I need to visit.
The three pics here came from the same trip. I need to get out more . . .
Somewhere in Iowa
On the road to Yellow Pine, Idaho
Along Hwy. 141, Colorado
The Convict tunnell, built by manpower with hand tools. Located in Northern New South Wales, Australia.
Another Pic from Australia. A Dust storm heading toward Cooper Creek and the Dig Tree in South Australia.
just outside of moab
Anasazi ruin near Left Hand Collet Canyon Grand Staircase Escalante, Utah
One of the best travel guides for Utah is Edward Abbey's "Desert Solitaire". It's the spirit of that country. He names a lot of good places and only a few folks get to many of them.
Three riders, two bikes late '80's. Inland Western Australia.