ok, i’ll post them anyway. not a big fan of publishing photos sans-editing.
it’s just what we do.
just wait till we start welding and painting.
i didnt really get any good photos because i left film at the store, and my cell phone died. But i did get a photograph of a Vincent Black Shadow. Fastest bike in the 50’s. It bolstered 3 drum brakes: two up front and one in the rear. Jake told me this the other day and i have been fascinated ever since. The clutch handle actually has an extra handle that works as a break too. 150+ miles per hour in the 50’s was quite a feat. Now this bike is worth around $100,000. I’m waiting for that special barn find.
got to see a little vintage road racing.
i bought some beat up moto guzzi panniers to go on the honda. $20. no big deal.
barber was great. the dirtys will be makin it an annual run. Next year, i think i’ll take some parts and camp in the swapmeet area all weekend. could life get any better?
i pulled out the DSLR and went to the garage for a few minutes today. Since it’s an outdated canon 10d, i thought it might give me what i was looking for in a photograph: grain and dirtiness. So i cranked the ISO as high as it could go and went to town.
the only problem: i dont have any way to edit photos right now.
so you probably wont get to see them any time soon, unless someone comes off with a copy of cs3 for a pc.
for the brit enthusiast, check these guys out.
they machine alot of their own parts and pieces. Lots of unique stuff.
this blog entry is pretty rad, from the selvedge yard blog. This one is all about the chase scene in the movie bullit from 1968. Nice behind the scenes interviews, etc.