Friday, February 6, 2015

Gotcha on camera

Normally I would not like to be captured on camera by secret means, which is exactly what happened last weekend. Luckily it wasn't a speed camera but a motorcycle photographer enthusiast in the Royal National park. Yep he snapped me as I rode past. I can't say I remember seeing him but it looks like he would have been pretty obvious.



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  1. Nice pic!

    You didn't see him because you were looking around the corner, as you should have been. But how the heck did you find the picture?

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    1. I'm a member of the Old road info and Royal National Park Bookface groups. The photographers that take photos in these areas post up on these groups.

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  2. So did you write the guy asking for a copy?

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    1. No I didn't, you have to pay $10 per image.

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  3. nice pic there and a good find
    bet it surprised you when you saw it online
    I have never been up that road even though its less than 10 klms from me as the stories of idiots riding there turns me off having a mishap with the weekend warriors
    was a fellow doing the same on macquarie pass and he got fronted by a few riders who took objection to there pics being taken and published and has not been back since so maybe the same bloke

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    1. Could well be the same guy. There are quite a few bike photographers here in Sydney. Several of them cover the Old Road

      http://www.halflightphotographic.com.au/
      https://www.facebook.com/darkroomimagesphotography

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  4. Just got back from 10 days caravanning in Cowes, Philip Island. Checked your blog and looks like you and Scooter Bob have been busy. Great rides and photos.

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    1. Sounds like a good holiday Theo. Yes scooterbob has been very busy stay tuned to see him tear up the streets of sydney.

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