FRIDAY NIGHT DISTRACTIONS

( – promoted by buhdydharma )

Again, Friday is here.

I hope you`ve had as uneventful a week as I hope you did, except for those who were blessed with something great in their lives, respectively, or even collectively.

For those who have had sadness or disappointments, I`m sorry.

Still, many who`ve been through plenty find a way to overcome their personal trials by putting them on display, publicly.

This opening image of two beautiful friends, was taken at such a place.

Please click on it, to see the mountain of crosses. & more images.

This was taken in Lithuania.

Here is a link to that place, also.

http://www.sacredsites.com/eur…

MOTHER & DAUGHTER

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KENDRA ON THE “GREEN PATH”

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SURF HIGHWAY

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THE 420

(ON SCHEDULE)

 Flying RIG HIGHWAY 10 psd

SPEEDWAY

BENDZING MOTION

SERPENTINE

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KNUCKLEHEAD with 46 KNUCKLEHEAD

(CIRCA, 1974)

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CANYON TRAIL

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LATE IMPRESSIONISM

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SPRING WALK

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ROADTRIP TUNE-UP

(by my friend DAVID MANN)

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“PROWLER”, ROLLING

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KICKING BACK

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CALIFORNIA, ROLLING HILLS

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DAMSEL FISH

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HEDGE HOG

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ORCHIDS

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PURPLE WORT

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BLUE PUCKER

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BLACK DIAMONDBACK

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LIONFISH

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MAROON CLOWNFISH

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  1. As usual, I remind you that these are for your enjoyment, & I try & be consistent in replying to all comments &/or questions.

    That way I enjoy myself also.

    Have a nice weekend.

  2. Love “Canyon Trail” — looks like a beautiful place to hike.

    “Purple Wort” — I have some of these — they are pretty, they’re kinda’ strange plants, though.  Much goes on, but not much production of flowers!

    The “Lion Fish” is like a massive underwater peacock — very cool!

    “Maroon Clownfish” — a cute guy!

    Thanks for all!

  3. Knucklehead!…allow me some observations. How was “Speedway” done, (filters?)…really nice scooter (’46 original hardtail frame?)…great painting by David Mann…here in the “cornfield land” of Illinois, we keep our oregano in small plastic bottles with holes in the top for easy dispensing. How do folks in California dispense their oregano through heat-sealed packaging? ;-)…Is the “420” hauling the “Rolling Hills”? That would be appropos…was the “Black Diamondback” shot taken up close and tight with a macro lense! heh heh…the maritime shots are breathtaking…All these photos are really, really great, but they are not in the same league as your “Fat David” work, that was a masterpiece on par with Michelangelo!! ;-)…Thank you for sharing these photos, Knuck, I feel privileged.

  4. Thank you.

    “Speedway”, yes I did that with a superimposed duplicate copy that I “motion blur”ed, or “motion trail”ed.

    I reduced opacity & then erased the front portion of the duplicate to get the sharpness of the “arriving car” leaving a trail of where it came from.

    Yes, A straight-leg Knuckle frame, likewise with the `37.

    The “Wishbone” frame is on the 1949 Panhead,( I think,)  & on models after that. I`d have to look in my Harley bibles, to be sure.

    Yeah, The Old 420 is hauling 420 through the enhanced breasts of the Rolling Hills, if you look again.

    The rattler was not taken with a macro lens. It was taken with a “way too close” lens.

    You are very welcome.

    Peace

    • Robyn on February 28, 2010 at 5:04 am

    …and came up with this:



    Sea Cows, 1902 (altered)

    If you click on it, you can see a bigger version.

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