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Discussion in 'Monthly Photo Competition' started by Caz V1, Jan 1, 2009.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
Here's a photo of my Hornet 900; widely criticised as being too boring to look at or bother riding. To those critics I say,"Phooey!"
Nice pic Kris, to bad theres a boring Hornet in the way of that view
sorry for phone quality, i'll use the SLR camera next time
the ducati monster 600 was able to rent in Amsterdam when i was travelling around europe for three weeks...
I was very happy seeing as i only attempted to hire a scooter and i managed to get a Duke... the 90euro a day was worth it!
Crikey -how many of those number plates get stolen for use as BBQ hot plates?
Kids are away so I thought I would give the bike a bit of a clean.
haha i know that spot.. spent many a evenings there... may i suggest you go through the fence to your left and you can get some better shots...
I sooo need a better camera. I wanted to get a pic at night with the lights from Fishermans Island in the background, but none of them turned out. I took this one while waiting for the sun to go down.
road to st albans
taken with nokia n95
A good friend's new Kwaka
My entry, hope it works.
A mate on his KTM at Shallow Crossing, NSW
the 10 :twisted:
Can't quite catch this guy on the straights
Sorry you can't see my bike in this one - perhaps that's best as the little Vespa was dirty that day.
Anyway this foreign clown kept slowing me down on the corners while I was enjoying a spring ride south of Melbourne.
Here's a pic I took from the lookout at Arthurs Seat a couple of weeks ago you can see the headlight nacelle of the Missuses 650 Thunderbird
My RVF @ MAroubra. Looking sexy.
taken in tassie during the week.
Travelling home from the mid north coast on 3rd January we took a gps inspired route from Nana Glen to Dorrigo.
This pic was taken on Eastern Dorrigo Way. Nana Creek State Forest is in the background. This is a great road - would be fantastic if the 30ks of dirt from Ulong to Dorrigo is ever paved
A summer morning on lions Rd (between Kyogle & rathdowney,NSW)
nice lil' shortcut on a brissie trip