Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Nice afternoon for a longer ride

... and pictures! Click for album.

I took the A Bus via Turkey Creek Streamway Trail to get home. Took some cheesy but artsy in-motion shots. Had some fun. Took it slow. Not much to say about that.

I got home just in time to grab a bite to eat before heading the the BSD user group meeting, which was a blast. Not a huge turn-out, but we had a good time and learned new stuff.

Random Tunage:
Nine Inch Nails - The Frail
Dopamin - Dirty Samba

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

nice pics,like the ones of looking up the empty trail & the bridge shot,it makes the work day easier knowing you can hit the trails to go home,i had to drive into work monday,first time in three months and hated it! caught every freakin stoplight!could not wait to get back on the bike,maybe for another string of "bike commuiting"

Jeff said...

How'd you get those shot way down low? Did you just lean way over? Pretty cool!

Apertome said...

Great photos! I love those action shots, they turned out really well. Looks like a good time.

Noah said...

Thanks guys.

The low down shots were indeed taken simply by leaning over and holding the camera very close to the ground. Almost all of these shots were taken at speeds around 5 MPH. For every photo you see there were at least 2 that got deleted.

Jeff said...

I'll have to try to get some shots like that today. If you see me in bandages, you'll know why!

Noah said...

* Do not attempt. Trained rider on closed course.

Noah said...

Or I should say:

We're what you'd call "professionals."

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