Natures version of CCTV cameras.
Proper working farm. Always a nice country smell and always plenty of junk around.
Not quite sure why the farmer would have an old Tug in his yard.
Here we go with some bike pics for our friend Bryce over in Canada. Something that might take your mind off those freezing temperatures.
Bikes in town, the two on the right are old Lambrettas dating back to the 60`s.
|Dan McCoy/NARA New York City 1973. Wishes he had a Harley.|
I have seen this before but it was always covered up.
That is not a Lambretta engine.
Chance of a lifetime getting those kingfisher pictures. Truly beautiful! xxx
Beautiful, everybody's dream photo opportunity.Caroline
Came to wish you a happy birthday!
Fantastic kingfisher pics. Well done.
Lucky you to have a Kingfisher so close for so long. These pics are the best close up's I have seen on blogs so far. Maybe you should send them in to a canal magazine or competition. You would surely win prizes!
Ann nb Oakfield
As Ann above said, those are the BEST Kingfisher photo's I have seen! They would win a competition.
Kath (nb Herbie)
Great pictures of the Kingfisher,just shows what can be done if you keep a camera to hand.
Sacrilege! They're scooters, not bikes. :) The Vespas on the left are my own particular favourite transportation. Fantastic job snapping that Kingfisher. They are normally soooooo quick. Feels special though, doesn't it... Sat on *your* boat... Congratulations... I've not seen a better photo anywhere. Hope you see more.
You should do the lottery tomorrow the odds of winning have to be easier than getting photos like those, well done :)
And I agree that you should enter them into competitions too!
Truly stunning Kingfisher pictures! Congratulations. The best I have managed is some distance shots a few years ago.
THank you for the reference although to me they are scooters andway too small for me to ride,, let along sit upon. For those not familiar, have a firend who has three or four Vespa scooters including the one with two close set wheels athe front, he calls it his donkey. In an event if I sit on any scooter, with my feet flat on the floor, my knees are higher the top of the handlebars. Oh and my bodyweight crushes the suspension. Wearing heavy bootswhich I only would only ride with bTW stand well over six foot eight inches tall and weigh close to 400 pounds. As one friend noted he would not want to meet me if I was wearing my full head to toe black riding leathers in a dark alley at night.
The trike on the bow of the canal boat is a nice touch;
would be interesing loading and offloading such as beast. Lovely custom conversion though.
Yes I know their scooters but having been a biker in my younger days scooter was a rude word.
That Kingfisher was a poser. The pics came out ok considering it was through the glass of the door.
The camera is just a Fuji finepix so I am quite pleased with the pics.
Fantastic kingfisher pictures. I suspect Fuji might be interested in them - they could use them as advertising to show people what their cameras are capable of!
I hope you are enjoying the warm sunny days we've been having recently.
God pictures, Les even if the 2 wheeled nomenclature is a bit fuzzy!
Just Jaq's latest email, good luck when the time comes. Jaq's terminology was quite clear as to the problems, and, yes, I hate it when the white coats only give you pasrt of the information.
Mike Muir, GARNET
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