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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Shaw[email protected], Feb 6, 2018.
what he said!
My day was a little less sunny
I took this one on a motorcycle trip a few days ago. This was on the famous B500 between Baden-Baden and Freudenstadt in the Schwartzwald (Black Forrest).
As always, click the photo to see the larger version.
Julie just needed a PRS.
Hans is alive with the sound of music
These are beautiful pictures. I can't wait until I am no longer a new guy and I can post a picture.
I've heard it takes three posts before you can post a picture.
You should be good to go now.
You need to have a picture hosting account with postimage/Imgur/ or some other site, then link your pic here
So THAT’s where Brian G came up with those new colors for his anniversary WL run!
I took this one today. I liked it so much, I added it to my portfolio.
From my trip to Switzerland last summer
I'm doing a couple of virtual 'races' this summer by bike. I'll put more about that in the bike thread, but here are a couple of shots from interesting days so far.
I've shown the make over of my 80s mountain bike before. The river bed is lower than it has ever been making the rocks of the moraine more visible.
It seems people in certain parts of the world aren't sure they should wear masks. Less a problem in Canada.
Near Westham Island on my ride Friday...
I'm all confused now.
Is this the photo thread or the bicycle thread?
My daughter and I were walking at Radnor Lake in Nashville and came across a Bald Eagle over the path. We found a spot where we could see the front of the bird, the bird was backlit, but you take what you can get, and spent about 15 minutes watching, taking pictures, etc. I tend to take a lot of pictures of birds in case they decide to fly away I’m already focused in on them. This bird did fly off and I was able to snag a couple of good takeoff and in flight pics.
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1/4000 of a sec still can't completely stop a hummingbirds wings
Great shots guys!