W/NW: Bicycles
Old 04-05-2006   #1
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W/NW: Bicycles

Who cares what the sign says!

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Old 04-06-2006   #2
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Old 04-06-2006   #3
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my '69 raleigh w/oilbath gearcase. Owned and ridden daily by me for 15 years. 28" wheels!
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Old 04-06-2006   #4
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canonet 17 gIII QL ilford pan [email protected] in tetenal liquid,eilat israel - a hotel i've been in provided free bycycles for the patrons
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Old 04-06-2006   #5
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Old 04-06-2006   #7
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Sold my Koga racebike 10 years ago, two times I got almost killed on the road , ATB only now, and off road only too. I often feel regrets tho, my wife has bought a race bike again, so I wonder how long I will resist.

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Old 04-07-2006   #8
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Some local bikes under extreme circumstances.

The one under the sun is from Barcelona, near Plaza del Pi (done with my trusty Zeiss Ikon Nettar on Scala).

They really look pathetic in the snow, don't they?

And the one under the sun looks kinda smug.
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Old 04-08-2006   #9
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hey bertram... I get nearly killed on the road several times a week, it's part of the fun of being a bike courier.

The other part is that I'm practically invisible, which is a good opportunity for street photography. The XA2 is moving house permanently into my courier bag
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hey bertram... I get nearly killed on the road several times a week, it's part of the fun of being a bike courier.

The other part is that I'm practically invisible, which is a good opportunity for street photography. The XA2 is moving house permanently into my courier bag
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I will say without equivocation that Adelaide is one of the prettiest cities on the planet. I've only been able to visit once - but I want to go back soooooo baaaaad!

Next time I get to 'Oz I definitely want to do some bike touring!
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Old 04-08-2006   #11
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What it looks like when you scan a neg in a flatbed (ie. bad, but stylized!)
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Old 04-08-2006   #12
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Dan's bicyle - product from a "yard art" sculptor in Copake

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Old 05-01-2006   #14
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Old 05-01-2006   #15
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Believe this was with my GSN and TriX
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Sorry, sneaking in a SLR shot here

OH, BTW, Bisbee, AZ - Fall 2005 - Fujichrome
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Old 05-01-2006   #17
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Bouddi National Park near my home up a track that I'd forgotten was so sandy - a lot of walking (and my good bike was getting repaired with the MTB pedals attached and this bike had the road pedals - road shoes. Talk about making things hard for yourself)

Anyway I often go for a quick ride about sunset and often regret having left without a camera, then I think; "hang on. there's one in my phone". Then I regret not having a proper camera with me even more.

But for once I have a topical image ready! apologies to the purists.
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He went <-----> Thatta Way....
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He went <-----> Thatta Way....

Okay, final one tonight - back to RF....

Bessa R2S with Nikkor 5.0cm - March 2006
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Bouddi National Park near my home up a track that I'd forgotten was so sandy - a lot of walking (and my good bike was getting repaired with the MTB pedals attached and this bike had the road pedals - road shoes. Talk about making things hard for yourself)

Anyway I often go for a quick ride about sunset and often regret having left without a camera, then I think; "hang on. there's one in my phone". Then I regret not having a proper camera with me even more.

But for once I have a topical image ready! apologies to the purists.
Mark,

Great shot. Don't worry about "purists" here - W/NW is non-judgmental.

BTW: besides shooting bikes, I ride them too and know about the dilemma of never having a camera with me when I'm riding - cannot figure out how to "marry" the two together!
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Couldn't resist. Two from the annual Copake Bike Auction (2005). Sadly, did not make it to the 2006 edition....
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Old 05-02-2006   #22
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Whatever the camera (Canonet QL17 GIII, Agfa Synchro Box, Great Wall, Ricoh Gr1s, Nikon FE)...a bicycle shot on every roll.
Hey. I'm in Holland. That'll be why.
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Nice shots Lynn. I love bike photos from Holland! The bike culture there gives rise to a great variety of personalisations. It also appears that bikes are kept going for decades and so occasionally they give a photograph a wonderful 'vintage' feeling.
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Home grown bike in San Francisco.
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Just shot this in Ottawa, under Confederation Square.



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my '69 raleigh w/oilbath gearcase. Owned and ridden daily by me for 15 years. 28" wheels!
We found a ladies' version of that same bike abandoned in our back alley about three years ago. The bike is an absolute beauty, even though it is in desparate need of restoration.
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I'm a huge fan of the SE Asian cyclos, and I'm hoping to head to Phnom Penh this fall to do a more intensive project on the drivers and their bikes.





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