Four Bikes: A Study in Details

Sam Hillborne Detail
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Betty Foy Detail
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LHT Detail
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14 Responses to “Four Bikes: A Study in Details”

  • Tucker says:

    really beautiful shots!

  • John Riley says:

    Having fun with the new toy, I see. ;-)

  • david p. says:

    how on earth do you keep your bikes so clean? it must take a full time job, just for that task alone.

  • Dottie says:

    Beautiful!

    A study in details and your meticulous cleanliness. Wow, I’m impressed! This would be a collection of crud pictures if from my bikes. :)

  • Alan says:

    @John

    Yup! :-)

  • Alan says:

    @Dottie

    Thank you!

  • velojoy says:

    I was thinking back the other day on the 2010 Bespoke: The Handbuilt Bicycle exhibition at the Museum of Art and Design in NYC, and all the meticulous detailing that goes into fine bicycle making.Your photo collection above is another happy reminder.

  • Mark says:

    Lovely photos! Were these taken using a macro lens?

  • Lovely Bicycle! says:

    Beautiful. It’s the details we often fall in love with.

  • Alan says:

    Thanks, everyone!

    @Mark – Yes, the photos were taken with a Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro.

    Alan

  • DerrickP says:

    LOVE this post, Alan. Very cool

  • Alan says:

    Thanks, Derrick!

  • Michael says:

    Alan
    all of these are wonderful compositions, but the bell with reflected clouds and trees is fabulous
    thank you

  • Marcy says:

    Alan,

    Your bike porn puts mine to shame. You have me dreaming of a new camera. Thanks so much for the eye candy.

 
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