Category Archives: Motorcycling

Ride with fear as long as you have to

It’s hard to admit I’ve been afraid to ride for about a month. In that time I’ve dutifully gone to the garage and started Connie every few days to keep her battery charged and the fluids moving around, but I … Continue reading

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Motorcycle shops and objects of desire

I took Connie in to a Seattle area Kawasaki dealer for her fender repair last weekend. It got busted when a guy backed into me at an intersection a couple weeks ago. There is something particularly awful about watching a … Continue reading

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Moments of terror and powerlessness

That moment you realize you’re going to get hit and there is absolutely nothing you can do to prevent it is the most awful feeling you’ll experience as a rider. My accident this morning is insignificant compared to other accidents … Continue reading

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Experimenting – third eye

I’ve recently done several cinemagraphs for my job. This one is just for fun.

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Motorcyclists grant cancer patient’s dying wish

“I hope this isn’t my last ride, but if it is – it’s wonderful.” ~ Brenda Ireland

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Movement of money

I attended a video editing workshop and a PhotoShop class in the last week. The video editing workshop was great. The Photoshop class wasn’t perfect, but I learned some things about working with layered Photoshop documents that will be valuable. … Continue reading

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Animated gif test

I have a love/hate relationship with gifs. Too many of them are tacky, but occasionally I see one I really like. So, I’m learning how to make them. I’ll be experimenting. This image looks nice, but it’s physically too small … Continue reading

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