The Rough Draft

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I promised Kelly I wouldn’t post this up until he was home. The Schafer Trail. Every bit as freak out scary as it looks. Or maybe it doesn’t look so freaky from above, you have to get on it to appreciate how damn scary it really is. I could barely look left for the first …

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Seepapoo Bridge, the largest natural bridge in the world. Us491 Brought me to Montecillo and then I took US 191 down through Blanding to US 95. Needless to say I was riding through some pretty stunning scenery. This of course was going to be the mainstay of riding through Colorado and Utah. Everything is stark, …

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My Grandmother as previously mentioned was raised Catholic and for reasons of her own left the church when my Mother was a child.  The local lore on Battle Harbour raised two things.  First off, my Grandfather’s family attended the Anglican Church on the Island and while there were Catholics around, they weren’t in the majority …

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This year the Lancaster of the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum one of only two flying Lancasters in the world will be crossing, “The Pond,” to join up with the Battle of Britain Commemorative Flight in the United Kingdom to honor the sacrifices of Bomber Command Veterans.  The flight will be the first formation of Lancaster …

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Even thought I carted around my backpack of kit today, I just used my Sigma 17-70mm  Work horse lens.  I wasn’t going to do the HDR thing today but as a rule I like to bracket my exposure anyway so at the very least I have the frames if I want to use them. I …

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It’s been a few weeks since I’ve posted up some pictures.  It’s not that I haven’t been shooting but more about how some shots are personal and only need to be shared in the proper venue.  I shot a bunch of stuff for the 30 year grad reunion and I would have posted something up …

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The thing I like most about this meet is you have some bikes that are regulars and then others show up that you’ve never seen in the flesh before, like the above Suzuki RE5 Rotary Engine equipped monster.  The only fly in the ointment this year was the cock who parked his Mini Van right …

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One of the things I really like about this meet is that everywhere you turn, there’s something cool to look at and somebody standing nearby to talk to you about  it.  I just loved the front end of this Morgan three wheeler as it gives the car a real aircraft sort of feel. The Bikes …

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