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Mar 01, 2020 04:43 |  #4501

An image from my home town of Waterford, Ireland.


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Mar 15, 2020 12:16 |  #4502

A couple quickies of ”Her Majesty” this morning


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Mar 29, 2020 05:45 |  #4503

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Apr 23, 2020 14:14 |  #4504

My pet lamb at 6 days old.

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May 04, 2020 17:51 |  #4505

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Jul 23, 2020 02:52 |  #4506

My attempt from the Angeles National Forest, a few miles out of town. Skies were so so, as was my attempt. I would have loved to have spent another hour setting up more carefully, but I was rushed for time and only got to shoot light frames. 5 shots in total, 2 seconds each, for a total of 10 seconds of exposure.

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Sep 30, 2020 15:27 |  #4507

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Oct 02, 2020 10:19 as a reply to  @ post 18898565 |  #4508

Hello David. That looks remarkably like my turf, the Anglesea Circuit. Next time you're there drop me a line and we can meet up for a coffee. We haven't had access to the circuit since January and no sign that the circuit will open up to the media/public in the near future!

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Oct 02, 2020 15:12 |  #4509

johnrobjones wrote in post #19133101 (external link)
Hello David. That looks remarkably like my turf, the Anglesea Circuit. Next time you're there drop me a line and we can meet up for a coffee. We haven't had access to the circuit since January and no sign that the circuit will open up to the media/public in the near future!

John

Hey John, it was indeed Anglesey - one of our favourite circuits but alas we only get there every few years, the club likes to rotate certain tracks.
Been a really bad year for racing hopefully things might get better next season but to be honest - I think we will be lucky to get even half a season.

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Jan 07, 2021 11:40 |  #4510

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Jan 08, 2021 06:29 as a reply to  @ TustinMike's post |  #4511

How to get on that bike without falling down ?


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Jan 08, 2021 09:56 |  #4512

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How to get on that bike without falling down ?


Ah, that's a great question !

I've actually ridden a high-wheeler similar to this once, and it's not easy. There's a sort of a "step" about 1/3rd of the way up the main tube of the bike. Standing next to the bike, facing in the direction the bike was pointed, I put both hands on the handlebars (in riding position), put my foot nearest the frame on the step, started to scoot the bike along with the other foot, and then quickly boosted myself up onto the bike, swinging the other leg over the main tube and onto the far pedal. Easy-peasy (not really). It was scary actually. I think the idea is to do the same thing in reverse to dismount, but I think that I just eased myself off by leaning against a wall.

These types of bikes were known as high-wheelers but also called "bone crushers" back in the day, for good reason. The innovation of the chain drive was a tremendous move forward in the evolution of the bicycle (which of course preceded motorized vehicles), and these newer designs with smaller-diameter wheels of equal sizes, were known as "safety" bicycles.


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Jan 29, 2021 12:50 |  #4513

Lockdown has got everyone out onto the local cycle path for their daily exercise...


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Jan 29, 2021 13:01 |  #4514

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=Cap'n Fishy;19187803]Lockdow​n has got everyone out onto the local cycle path for their daily exercise...


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Mar 18, 2021 22:57 |  #4515

I have just acquired this lens really cheap (around 270 USA dollars) through a deceased estate. The lens is in awesome condition, never had uv filter off of it while the guy used it. I got it to add to my 5DIII which I mainly use for photographing kids, events. I usually use the 135L. I am hoping its not overly sharp. My Fuji images are so sharp I need to massage them down sharpness wise, its great for wildlife or gritty street work but I find my trusty old canon has it over the XT3 for portraits. yet to really test the lens out


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