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Old 05-13-22, 02:45 PM
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Old 05-13-22, 02:57 PM
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If I turn my head to the left, this is my view from my office. An everyday pic.

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Same store, different day..


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My wife and I went to the Achensee and KitsbŁhel for her birthday last weekend.

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Old 07-27-22, 09:43 AM
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I passed through a town just now while I'm driving on a 900-mile road trip from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia to Amman, Jordan and found this:


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Originally Posted by sjanzeir
I passed through a town just now while I'm driving on a 900-mile road trip from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia to Amman, Jordan and found this:


I see especially a beautiful 504 Peugeot station wagon
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Originally Posted by Hproduguidon
I see especially a beautiful 504 Peugeot station wagon
Yup. The Old Girl still got plenty of Le Vivre left in her..


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Beautiful. Nice shot!
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The cobbles section on Putney-Battersea-Putney.
Not much mud but more than enough cement lorries.



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Early morning across the Rappahannock.
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no bike - just the '66
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Found on the street
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Originally Posted by SJX426
Found on the street
looks replica to me.
I get to see the real ones all the time.
I'm sure a hoot to drive and own.

been thinking of a FactoryFive Daytona Coupe.
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Old 10-09-22, 02:21 PM
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Saw this frame set at a swap meet today. Wasn't quick enough. By the time I'd decided I wanted it, it was gone.

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Originally Posted by non-fixie
Saw this frame set at a swap meer today. Wasn't quick enough. By the time I'd decided I wanted it, it was gone.

It's such a beautiful thing, but as a project, I wouldn't know where to begin. Surely, this is Wall Art at its best, but nothing more. Right?
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Originally Posted by DQRider
Surely, this is Wall Art at its best, but nothing more. Right?*
Absolutely. This example was made immediately post-war, meaning the quality of the metals used was mediocre at best. Also, it needs a proprietary BB shell, which is probably unobtanium.

But, as C&V wall art it doesn't get much better than this, IMO.
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Originally Posted by SJX426
Found on the street
sweet!

not the same, but reminded me of the Shelby Mustang convertible in the 1999 Thomas Crown Affair movie remake

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I`ve always wanted to take some pics of this sculpture. So , I went out by it right before, and right after the sun came up.



Sculpture right before dawn.
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Looking at the sunrise through the sculpture.
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Sunrise, from the sculpture.
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Originally Posted by roadsnakes
I`ve always wanted to take some pics of this sculpture. (...)
Beautiful!

Reminds me of the impressive semi-transparant sculptures I saw in Normandy, a few years ago. Made of metal rings:



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Originally Posted by non-fixie
Beautiful!

Reminds me of the impressive semi-transparant sculptures I saw in Normandy, a few years ago. Made of metal rings:



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YES

I see the similarities.
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The early sun, filtered through the trees, creating a mosaic music of dappled shadows. Enter, stage right, the outline of my bicycle, bleeding into and then pulling away from the music of shadows. The outlines of the spokes were visible at the hub, but invisible, because of the difference in speed, at the rim. What was happening on the gray concrete seemed almost cinematic.


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