CFFC: Bicycles and Motorcycles

It turned out that almost all the bike pictures are Garry’s. I know I took some too, but where they are, I don’t know. Maybe I didn’t like them so I never processed them. Meanwhile, here are what I found. The first and last pictures are mine. The rest are Garry’s.

The bike show
The lonely cyclist – Photo: Garry Armstrong
Photo: Garry Armstrong
Photo: Garry Armstrong

Categories: #CFFC, #GarryArmstrong, #Photography, Cee's Photo Challenge

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  1. The first image looks like it could be a motorcycle graveyard? the last, which I like a lot, has an eerie macabre feel to it.., maybe due to the B&W rendering. Garry’s, while he’s no Austin Powers, shows he’s a man of action, preferring his images to be moving.

    As a photographic team, you guys continue to get better.., keep it up.

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  2. Both you and Garry have taken some marvelous bikes and motorcycles photos 😀

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  3. I actually rode my bike last week for the first time in a few months. It is good exercise. No, I did not go far.

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    • I’m not sure I could stay upright on a bike. I’m not going to try, either.

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    • Rich, yes, it IS good exercise. What kind of bike do you have? (I had one of those sturdy Schwinn bikes as a kid). How did you feel after your bike hike, Rich?

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      • I have a Schwinn Super LeTour. I think I bought it in the 1970s. It is light and good for touring. I did some long rides on it when I was younger. It does not have original seat, tires, or chain, but it is in excellent shape. They don’t make them like this anymore.
        By the way, Schwinn was located in Chicago at that time.

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