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03-21-2009, 10:50 PM   #16
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It is a photo of bicycle round round a city.





Portrait of bicycle photographer



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I was quite tangled with an auto - translation It on a photo man which does not break fire-screens, it is my friend, cardio surgeon

RichardS, my family is pleasantly surprised that so many people in Australia love bicycle rounds. And a doggy in a trailer delighted us! We such did not yet see!!
Thanks, drmartin. I also thought it cute that the dog has its own water bottle (bidon) :-)

How do you carry your camera when you go for a ride? This is my bike (another snapshot), so you can see I don't have cargo space

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Maybe a back-pack?

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03-21-2009, 11:33 PM   #18
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<snip> Anyway I love bikes too, so I'll add this to the thread:

Moab with Max

I've looked at this photo a few times now. I really liked it (as a photo) the first time I saw it and it's growing on me. I've had encounters with fluffy little monsters that want to bite my ankles, a Rhodesian Ridgeback that must have mistaken me for a lion (it launched itself at my head), but I've never seen a dog carrying the spares. It's great

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RichardS, you have a very beautiful and rapid bicycle! I think to you to convey a photo bag and tripod problematic. The sporting landing on a racing frame does not suit to the photographer with a sack on the back I and my friends use mountain or hybrid -bicycles. There is the vertical landing on them, but low speed. True in Russia of not razgonish'sya- of road very bad. We use luggage racks as on a photo which you rotined in this thread.

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QuoteOriginally posted by drmartin Quote
RichardS, you have a very beautiful and rapid bicycle! I think to you to convey a photo bag and tripod problematic. The sporting landing on a racing frame does not suit to the photographer with a sack on the back I and my friends use mountain or hybrid -bicycles. There is the vertical landing on them, but low speed. True in Russia of not razgonish'sya- of road very bad. We use luggage racks as on a photo which you rotined in this thread.
Thanks. I was afraid that was going to be the answer.
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Here is a bike photo of me. Yes, it's me indeed, or at least my shadow. And it is quite challenging to shoot your own shadow when you're riding a bicycle...

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Rense, it is an excellent picture! An idea and execution very pleased me! Супер!
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A couple of details from my new ride.

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Lovers of snow roads
You have to be very keen to ride in that snow.
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A couple of details from my new ride.

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Shiny! And clean! How long before you let the bike get dirty?
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I am a lover of all things two-wheeled:

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Sailor, beautiful fragment. As they say in Russia - " did not a fly sit yet on him" ? New!
MJē, I such wonders did not yet see !
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How does he do it ?
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Shiny! And clean! How long before you let the bike get dirty?
It's collecting grime, but it'll be street grime. This bike is a fitness/commuter type with slick tires and won't see any time in the woods (nor will I - had enough of that in the Army a few decades ago).

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Sailor, beautiful fragment. As they say in Russia - " did not a fly sit yet on him" ? New!
MJē, I such wonders did not yet see !
Thanks, my friend. No flies yet, but - hey - it's coastal Texas, so we've knocked off a few mosquitos already.

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