Amateur photography, Ariel, Nature, Macro
Curves were made for bikers!
Taken with the GoPro Hero 3 Black, following the hubby.
The Weekly Photo Challenge
L.O.V.E. Nice photo!
Thank you! The title for this week’s challenge was a perfect excuse for a biking pic!
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Great capture of the road and the rider!! Love it. 🙂
Thanks Amy. It wasn’t a normal pic, it was taken from a video by way of a GoPro camera on the front of my bike. A fun way to get some different shots!
Good one, Jude.
Great photo, great curves. Were you riding or driving a car? Either way It must have been a difficult shot to take and keep control (or perhaps you were passenger/pillion).
Thank you! It was actually a photo clipped from a video taken with the GoPro camera on the front of my bike!
Go pro’s are great. My brother uses one when he is skiing. I’d never thought of one riding but it was fantastic.
The very first ad’ that GoPro put out was amazing. I watched it over and over again! If you’d like to see an impressive video then have a look here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A3PDXmYoF5U It has skiing, surfing, motorbikes, bicycles, diving, and canoeing – and great music to go with it!
Fantastic add. I actually had my heart in my mouth at some of the pushbike riding and when they skied off the edge before realising that they had parachutes that would open…… Great little device. Have to be good and hope Santa gives me one for Christmas.
I thought curves are made for men. HA! I kid, I kid. 😀 Looks like a risky shot? 🙂
I didn’t see any curvy ladies posted on the challenge photos, I thought you might post one!! 🙂 That photo was actually clipped from a video – the GoPro camera was on the front of my bike! It’s a great way of collecting some different shots.
Lovely shot; the sun flare adds a bit of drama to the picture. 🙂
Thank you! 🙂
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