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post #1 of 9 Old 05-13-2012, 03:47 AM Thread Starter
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High Resolution CBR250r Wallpapers

As a photographer, I have recently started taking my DSLR camera along for rides, and have created a website/blog where I upload high resolution photos of my bike surrounded by some beautiful cinematic Australian backgrounds. Click on the actual photos to view/download the full resolution photo (usually 3-5mb a photo).

Hope you guys enjoy them, and please feel free to leave comments/feedback/requests on my website.

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Great photos. Beautiful scenery. Must be a blast to ride there.

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Nice B-maca

What lens and camera are you using?

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Great photos. Beautiful scenery. Must be a blast to ride there.
Thank you . Yes, there are some great twisty roads around here.
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An old sony a100, with a 18–70,3.5-5.6 lens. I am by no means a professional, but just have a love for photography.
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Beautiful pictures and scenery man! I had no idea that Queensland was that mountainous! My wife loves photography too and has a nikon D5000 with two different lenses.

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Those are beautiful photos. I may follow suite and try bringing my camera out with me on some rides. Thanks again for posting those!
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Beautiful pictures and scenery man! I had no idea that Queensland was that mountainous! My wife loves photography too and has a nikon D5000 with two different lenses.


Cheers mate. Yeah there are some awesome roads and scenery around the back of the Gold Coast, and the Sunshine Coast, and it’s great as it’s only a short drive to reach them, and very few people (other than bikers) travel out that way.
You might have to pinch your wife’s Nikon to grab some pictures of your bike

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Those are beautiful photos. I may follow suite and try bringing my camera out with me on some rides. Thanks again for posting those!

No problem mate, I am glad other people like them too The reason I started taking photos of my bike, was that I found that there wasn’t many ‘picturesque’ high resolution photos with our cbr250r’s.
So yes, you should start taking your camera out on some rides and post back
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We took some on our ride yesterday with her camera. It's the thread under my wifes name "nativeflgirl".

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