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Friday, June 01, 2007


I've been riding my bike to and from work lately - it's about 12.4 miles each way and this is one of the views I get as I peddle the bike trails of Tucson. Here I'm just about to pass mile 4 of a 15 mile ride this afternoon. This image was taken with the kit lens on my 20D at 18mm focal length with an exposure of 1/125 seconds at f/7.1, ISO 400.


Richard said...

Don't drop the camera!

or run off the road!

or get hit by a car!

AOK I'll stop.

What's the gauge to the right of the GPS?

Jim said...

That gauge would be my mach meter, so I was doing about mach 4 at the time.... Ok, it's really the rear gear shift lever.

BTW, I waited until I was on the Santa Cruz bike path to take this shot, so no danger from cars at that point. I also had the camera strapped to my body and restrained by my backpack straps too, so after just getting my baby back from the shutter repair, I wasn't about to have to send it back in!