Saturday, October 11, 2008

"Motorcycle Diaries"

Harley- 1933

In a continued attempt to establish "street-cred" with my husband and his kinds, here are the more colorful members of the Harley family that were on display at the museum. The fact that he got me an uber-cool new lens (55-200mm) before he dragged me to the museum isn't lost on me either. And honestly by the time I was done shooting these images, I was smitten too :)

Give me red!

The museum had a Tank Wall that had 100 tank designs displayed in chronological order, chosen to reflect the time periods in which they were crafted. I love the unabashed mix of colors here :)

The Tank wall

9 comments:

Hilary said...

You have a way of finding the best angles and colours.. wonderful!

laurel said...

The colors are great. I like how they have them all lit up.

Speaking of colors...how are the leaves? They are really starting to get beautiful around here this past week!

Sarad said...

volia! and i wondering when you would call it the motorcycle diaries.

photowannabe said...

I love all those colorful tanks. Great shot. Your new lens is capturing terrific pictures Moi.

Jen said...

I love the shot of the tanks...so great!

Gawdess said...

like a great display of shiny candy

Kerri said...

I called my hubby over to see your Harley and autumn pics. He smiled to read you were 'smitten' by the Harleys :)
And he loved your photos as much as I do.

tr3nta said...

This last shot here is just fantastic.

anoop said...

I am in love with yr blog. Its crisp, its colorful and your art is fabulous!
BTW which SLR do you use? And do you manually adjust the white balance ?