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Nice first ride in the COLD.

 

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When the weather warms a bit, a weekend photo-ride would be a delight. Stay tuned.

Gene, I've been meaning to ask, what kind of setting are you using in your pics?  The colors in particular really seem to pop.

Gene Tenner said:

When the weather warms a bit, a weekend photo-ride would be a delight. Stay tuned.

Holy crap.....ran Shamrock Shuffle yesterday, rode to and from it as well and I got a keychain from the bike valet!  My legs are wiped but I dug out my cold weather gear and biked to work this morning. 

glad i didnt put away my cold weather gear yet...

 

Long story briefly, Jeff: I had two professional photographers recommend the compact Canon S95. One trip with it and I set aside my clunky, overpriced Nikon, still-good-and-working digital SLR as my backup for work and personal. One of the many choices on the Canon S95 that works well for what I do outside is a vivid color setting. It turns faces red and does not work well in high-contrast shots, but is one remarkable setting. I take most of my photos on the fly, so I do not need heavy or clunky nor have the time to adjust settings; this is the camera for (photo-technically-challenged) me.

JeffB said:

Gene, I've been meaning to ask, what kind of setting are you using in your pics?  The colors in particular really seem to pop.

Gene Tenner said:

When the weather warms a bit, a weekend photo-ride would be a delight. Stay tuned.

Count me in for a photo safari, be interesting to see the different styles and images captures by different people on the same ride.

A shorter ride than has been but all wind in the face. "normal March weather"

جی ہاں


People come and go from our lives.  CPD & CFD were on the LFP in the 11:00 A.M. hour today.  North of Oak St, on the map it would be South of Schiller St and North of Banks St.  The black body bag was lying on the eastern edge of the concrete pathway.  The Northeast wind was pushing green water up onto the shoreline.  CFD had a truck, an engine and an ambulance on the scene.  CPD, multiple units coming an going.  News crews were just arriving as I passed by...  







 

Chills just went up my spine.  It could be someone I never met but still a face I won't see anymore as I do my exercise ride on the LFP.  Stay safe people.

Steel Driver said:

جی ہاں


People come and go from our lives.  CPD & CFD were on the LFP in the 11:00 A.M. hour today.  North of Oak St, on the map it would be South of Schiller St and North of Banks St.  The black body bag was lying on the eastern edge of the concrete pathway.  The Northeast wind was pushing green water up onto the shoreline.  CFD had a truck, an engine and an ambulance on the scene.  CPD, multiple units coming an going.  News crews were just arriving as I passed by...  







 

I have spent quite a bit of time on the lake, she is nothing to be taken lightly.

She gets angry...and will consume you, if you let her.

Tim S said:

I have spent quite a bit of time on the lake, she is nothing to be taken lightly.

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