Veryron Grand Sport
Veryron Grand Sport
Life is short........enjoy the ride........and take a couple pics while youre there :)
Pinarello Dogma with DeeEyeTwo
BMC Pro Machine SLC 01 with Scam Red (R.I.P.)
Colnago CX1 with DeeEyeTwo
Torelli Montefalco with Ultegreezy
My Pink Floyd vinyl cover... and some stones I threw around... I shone my bike light into that picture and it came out kind of cool.
Some strange spider that has small legs and a huge upper body in comparison. Check out those spikes. Never seen a spider like that. Could have done a better job focusing on it. Notice the net that stretches almost around the whole frame.
Sun one one side lighting up the leaves and the storm approaching from another side.
Last edited by spock; 09-23-11 at 09:05 PM.
Interestingly, my last pictures were taken with my digital camera after finding that spot a couple of days ago when I was out with my film camera. Today I got that roll back and so I have the film pictures from the same spot now:
I also got back my first roll of black & white film, which I had never tried before. I was only happy with a couple of the shots, and then just barely.
I've spent a lot of time working on my landscapes this year. Have to say I'm starting to enjoy what I see when I upload the images to the computer.
Through a screened window. I thought this created an interesting effect.
Fog signal from the lighthouse tower.
Lighting and set up was perfect after we finished up our paddle last weekend.
This thread made me look at my pics for hours and all my different shots, thanks! These were taken riding around NYC and southern NJ.
Bank Of America building. Exposed just right with sun's assistance.
Got back my first pictures from my new-to-me Canonet QL17 GIII, and I definitely like this camera.
"When I see an adult on a bicycle, I do not despair for the future of the human race"
Thanks mac! And I'm really liking your shots as well!
Last edited by spock; 10-03-11 at 10:16 PM.
Very nice. The fountain at the bottom was a nice surprise as I was scrolling down.