High speed touring

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  1. xs400

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    Besides photography, my other hobby is long distance, high speed motorcycling, or what we call sport-touring. I recently came back from a ride of 1600 miles in 4 days going through parts of California, Nevada, and Oregon. Here are just a some of the photos from the ride. Your comments would be appreciated.

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    nice man, not a lot of dead bugs on there...or is it jsut hard to see? hehhe
     
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    I'm glad you slowed down long enough to take these pictures. They look great. I love the shots with the motorcycle and a nice landscape in the background. Beautiful. (even if it isn't a Suzuki) :)
     
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    Nice scenic views you had there. I like #3, but I'd like to have seen it in portrait style too with you aiming the camera at the middle of the center stripe and all that glorious view in the background but that takes some serious guts and nerve to stand in the middle of the road- I may not have done it either!! Like those classic 'route 66' photos. I do like the gas sign in it though, so I'm sure you were aiming to include that.

    Nice work, thanks for letting me see that part of the country.
     

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