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Old 07-28-16, 09:55 AM
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I got out to Nubble Light in Maine this past weekend. Great trip.


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I got out to Nubble Light in Maine this past weekend. Great trip.

That is an Outstanding photograph! Would you consider telling us what equipment and setup you used?

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Originally Posted by DQRider
That is an Outstanding photograph! Would you consider telling us what equipment and setup you used?

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Hey, thanks a lot. I took that shot with my iPhone 6 in pano mode (I guess I had just the right amount of beer with dinner that night or something). This phone blows away my Canon point & shoot and in a much smaller package. Great for bike rides!
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Sunday funday 5am Monsoon ride.





Yes its a cruddy camera phone

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Old 07-30-16, 09:43 PM
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Old 07-31-16, 02:22 AM
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That's beautiful!

Daughter asked to go for a ride today. I've got sooooo much to do, finish the club mag tonight, clean the house, prune fruit trees before holidays, pack for holidays. But, daughter asked to go for a ride and I will never say no to that.
So took the Miyata Valley Runner for a valley run. Daughter has named this rig the 'Millenium Falcon', I was Han Solo and she's Rey. Bikes and Star Wars, my kid and I have lots of fun.


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Old 07-31-16, 06:57 AM
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So many beautiful pics!

Me, just riding around town...



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Another Ride on the Hastings Trail

I've posted these to a couple other threads, but they fit in here as well. Went back to Hastings, Minnesota again today, and brought my friend Ian this time. He rode his old sixty-something Dunelt, in red, and I rode my blue Velo de Ville this time.

The light was diffused by some moderate cloud cover, and that lent a nice, soft quality to the photos:





Last weekend, I rode right past this sculpture without even seeing it - unless they just put it out there this week...



When the sun popped out from behind the clouds, I took advantage of the brief, bright interlude and shot this:



Another weekend, another excellent ride. How much more of this can I stand?
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Those are beautiful photos.
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A little bit of voltage over Lake Michigan.

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Originally Posted by arex
Those are beautiful photos.
Thanks, Arex! It's been a good year for photography.
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My '73 Super in the living room of the new place:



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darn it! I meant to post on the 5 year anniversary of this thread the other day and forgot. Oh well.

Well anyway, here's a beater jack Taylor Tour of Britain that i've had sitting around. I'm going to build it and ride it as is for a bit. The pic makes is look better than it is.

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Actually, this was Thursday morning while I was on vacation ...

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... and the '71 Gitane TdF was a bare frameset I built up as a road fixed-gear.
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I was in Chicago for a family wedding and got a chance visit the Museum of Science & Industry where they had a small "Art of the Bicycle" exhibit, including a mix of old & new. Here are a few of the old ones on display:











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Originally Posted by gaucho777
I was in Chicago for a family wedding and got a chance visit the Museum of Science & Industry where they had a small "Art of the Bicycle" exhibit, including a mix of old & new. Here are a few of the old ones on display:











Wow. Broomsticks in lugs... who knew? That looks like a fun exhibit.

Is that a knurled footpeg for freestylin' I see? So they were Rad in the good ol' days!

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Thanks for sharing, Gaucho.
Pretty cool.
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Blackberries on Coleman Road.
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Here are a few images from my ride on the Root River Trail yesterday:


An old gas station in the little town of Petersen.


When viewed from the trail, some of these old farms look... arranged or composed somehow - for best viewing from the trail. "Which is nice..."


Just off the trail in several places, one finds these nice gravel roads to test your `grinding skills on.


A rest stop by the river.


Beautiful architecture, some of the brick buildings are magnificent.

If you are ever in the area, the Root River Trail is definitely worth a visit.
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Oh my... those are incredible!

Nice work, @arex!
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Originally Posted by DQRider
Oh my... those are incredible!

Nice work, @arex!
Thank you. I took the pics at work where we have lavender growing all over the place.
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