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The pleasure of cycling in the countryside.

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GB. London. 2012. Shadow of a cycling man at Brick Lane.

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London, Brick Lane: street art and cycling equipment

The setting sun caused some interesting shadow and light effects on this cycling lane on the Groeneveld estate in Baarn.

Highest explore position so far #93; thanks to everyone for your friendly comments.

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Taken at dusk on the Forth Road Bridge. Tambo had texted me to suggest we hit the bridges for a sunset however, he has a detrimental influence on the weather, suffice to say, the clouds rolled in to obscure the sunset forcing us to shoot car trails.

 

The night was a bit of an anti climax, I guess the curse of Tambo struck again lol

Tregassow Lane.

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A long exposure of the London Eye taken from Westminster Bridge, the traffic speeds by and the lights can be seen as long streaks of colours.

 

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At sunset on 11th August a rain shower passed over Scunthorpe, moving just to the right place for a rainbow to form over town. Seen here looking east to the West Common Lane cycle path bridge and the setting sun is lighting the rain cloud.

This picture was taken during a 12 day cycle tour starting late September. The Canal is in southern France running from Toulouse to the Mediterranean. We cycled part of the route of the canal and part on nearby lanes. The Canal was one of the greatest construction works of the 17th Century. It is a World Heritage Site and is especially well known for the beautiful Plane Trees which line its banks, 42,000 in all. However many of these trees are affected by a disease and within 10 years all are likely to be felled so it is a place to visit while you can.

 

This picture was taken near Castelnaudary as we were on the way to the great medieval town and fortress of Carcassonne which is also on the Canal. The 2 Club Mates with me on the trip. In the red, were very understanding in following Photographers instructions!

 

The picture was taken handheld with a Sony A700 with a Sigma 10-20mm zoom at 20mm.

A single RAW image was processed as a false HDR in Photomatix. I applied the painting effect using Topaz Simplyfy Buz Sim preset. I applied the effect on a duplicate layer with a mask and reduced it a little on the 2 main riders.

 

I brought down saturation especially on blues yellows and reds for a more natural look than that produced by Photamatix.

 

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York is a bit limited for shots like this, in fact, I think it's our only tunnel. If I lived in London I'd be going tunnel crazy!

 

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We have an abundance of country lanes on the Isle of Man and at this time of the year it is and absolute delight to walk, cycle or even drive down them.

This was taken at one of the porch of an abandoned house at Mistress Lane, Ipoh. Tricycles are a main source of transportation in the older days, used to move objects and sometimes people around.

 

Here's a shot of Mistress Lane :

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Church Street, Hereford, with the Cathedral beyond [52.055216, -2.716183]

  

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Richard Crawley of AlbaRosa rides off the front of the club reliability ride on Creskeld Lane

faster than the speed of light

Livigno's cycle lane

Footpath/Cycle Lane to Cambridge from Fen Ditton.

Another reprocessed image from the archives.

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Definately turning into a B&W set.

One of my first tries with this panning technique, I hope you like the outcome! My only gripe when I looked at it on my bigger screen was that I wish that my shutter was a little smaller (1/40) to give the background more of a blur as she wasn't cycling fast enough! I sure was egging her on to go faster in my mind!! hehe :)

 

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The cycle lane that leads up to Buckingham Palace.

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