Thanks photogravity. I do try to keep an eye open for a good photo opportunity. I just use a point and shoot camera. I'm certainly not up to the level of yokev and northbend. They are both very accomplished photographers.
I assembled a Kelly that a Brown student from California had shipped to the shop I worked at back in 1998 and thought it was pretty cool when I gave it a shake down run. Later, while working at another shop, I jumped at the chance of picking one up for myself. Despite my recent harping I am very happy with this bike. It inspires confidence on dirt roads. I found myself attacking them today instead of carefully choosing every pedal stroke like I do on the De Rosa.
Here's a link to Kelly.