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My German Wheel Kinetic Sculpture, 'The Vitruvian Racer', is caught aquatic from the Eastbound Hwy. 34 bridge above the Wilamette River during the water leg of the da Vinci Days Kinetic Graand Championship Sculpture Race in Corvallis, Oregon. The yellow and chrome three wheeled Front wheel drive cycle behind me rolls me to the water's edge in the upright position, whereupon I capsize into the format you see above. To exit the water, I beach the circle aft of the small rear wheel, and pull the Big wheel upright again, then wheel-walk within the 7 footer up onto dry land, re-deploy the three little wheels, and pedal away! It IS a comfortable as it looks!
Awesome Photo by Andy Purviance (ap.)
Splendid mud-bog footage by Reed Lacy www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rq-pH2pFwtg&feature=youtu.be
Processed and posted with Bill Adams' SuperMax-iPad...
Nothing says Spring like a 15 ft. Dog. One of the many new entries in this year's Kinetic Sculpture race in Baltimore City.
American Visionary Art Museum's Kinetic Sculpture Race featured a lot of fantastic and creative racers. I wasn't able to get a great deal of shots, but I was happy with what I was able to capture.
Spotted this young lady at the Kinetic Sculpture race in Patterson Park in Butchers Hill (East Baltimore) yesterday. She has no idea I was taking the shot.
2006 Kinetic Sculpture Grand Championship Race - Arcata to Ferndale
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..."Why do you always carry a camera?"
If you were walking down the street and encountered a giant pink poodle, do you think anyone would believe such a story without photographic evidence?
A favorite of Baltimore's annual Kinetic Sculpture Race, Fifi the Pink Poodle makes its way down Boston Street in Fells Point as light rain falls late Saturday morning.
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