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Moody pic (sunset)

Slaphead

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Has anyone got any 'arty' pics? This one is after the BSB round at Oulton Park & we were heading over the hills around Oswaldtwistle when we saw this sunset.....................

I couldn't resist stopping, although Pat (long suffering wife) was none too happy sat on the pillion after covering 1000 miles in 48 hours.
 

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ianrobbo1

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wots up????

is yer camera shagged??i cant see the bike, perhaps if you took the picture with the light behind you next time, or used the flash we might be able to see it, :p :p :p :} :} :} only joking mate, fine shot, you must have a good eye for it?? :k
 

Rolfy Dave

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Now then....

...if you used a "fill flash", you would be able to see the bird and rider as well as the beautiful sunset.....


Seriously though.... beautiful shot mate.... classic !!

Well done,

Rolfy & Jan
 

Slaphead

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Sunset pic

I did use a flash on anopther shot - but the bike was too far away for the flash to be effective. I didn't want my wife's face on the pic as she wasn't happy about me stopping in the first place!
 
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Snowdog

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Excellent photo, probably even better than the one i done of the bike against the Forth rail bridge a few weeks ago.
 
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Snowdog

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Here's the Pic. Slaphead!
 

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ianrobbo1

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why does everyone take black and black photos of their bikes??

i suppose if you had used a warm red filter to off'set the grubby white of the camper we still wouldnt be happy.:rolleyes: joking aside, another fine example, i realy must get a new camera, the old box brownie has had its day judging by the standard were seeing on this site,good luck to you and i hope to meet youall at next years bash :beer: :beer:
 

Jaws

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Yer, I did not like the camper much either !
 

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Quiney

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Yes, but...

.... what's happened to the red Bird that was chained to the rails behind the camper??:rolleyes:
 

Jaws

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Chucked it over the fence into the river, where all red birds belong ! :)
 

ianrobbo1

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how about this then.

it's struck me, all this ere. superfast red against slow black, what percentage of us rides what colour? i know its probably been covered but i cant find it on the site, do you reckon we may be able to persuade someone to work out exactly how common any particular colour is,??any takers clive :k :yo:
 

Jaws

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I knew I had it somewhere !
Nutter sent me a series of pics he had taken of his Bird.
The whole set are excellent, but one of which I think fits wel into the moddy pics section :)
 

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Bubba

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'ere Slaps lad

Would yours happen to be a black 'bird and was you at Needham Market lake Sunday morning??
 

Slaphead

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Needham Market

Not me I'm afraid. Mines Blue and I was in Norfolk for a Christening this weekend. I only seem to be able to get out on two wheels to commute to work in Ipswich at the moment :rolleyes:
 

russ_fae_fyvie

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maer moody....

This was on the West Coast of Scotland last month (when it wasn't actually raining!)

http://www.quinlanr.freeserve.co.uk/images/west coast/west coast 005.jpg
 
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