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Discussion in 'Street, Documentary, and Portrait' started by Herman, May 1, 2010.
Hey thanks for this unexpected reply !
In Holland where I live I see many bicycles every day.
It's part of our culture.
::rent a bike
::rent two wheels, too
Thanks for this great image. Fahrrad ohne Reifen !
One (actually several) from Barcelona
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EPL1 1/100sec ISO500
The skies in Amstelveen where really nice today. Altered the color abit though.
Well, it has bike wheels and pedals.
Not sure if this is warranted in here.......... lol. But, wheels, pedals, chains.
EP-2. Canon EF 50mm 1.8.
A couple I forgot about when I posted the earlier shot:
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Took this one in London
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thanks for viewing and have a nice day
Did not know opel made bicycle back in the days
GF1 + Lumix 20mm and some wee Lightroom work :smile:I love cycling:smile:
Two Inline Twin Bicycles
With a camembert styled saddle
Bicycle On a Wall - Dublin, Texas - May 22, 2010
The camera was a Lumix L1 with a Panaleica 14-50 zoom.
Shot last summer in our small russian village with g1 and 45-200 I think