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Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Art is where you find it.

Thanks to all who suggested titles for my photos (scroll down). Please continue to submit suggestions. I will use some. You can win the admiration of your peers.

For six days I have been shooting riders in Spearfish Canyon at the rate of about 1000 per hour. That creates challenges in data storage and distribution. You can view around 10000 shots at I'll have 50000 posted by a week from now. Here are a few from today.


Ken G said...

Thought since you enjoy photography so much you'd enjoy this link. Color pictures from the 30's and 40's. It's not just a couple of photos, there are many, many great photos.

America in Color from 1939-1943

Wayne Gilbert said...

How come you didn't get RR to write you some rhapsodic captions about how bikers are like cowboys?

Bob Newland said...

Wayne, just before I read your comment, I was reading RR's words. "Rhapsodic caption," is not the first thing that comes to mind when considering RR.

The Journal may or may not publish my href=""comments on RR's piece.

larry kurtz said...

Your hyperlink is missing the left arrow, then a in the beginning followed by a space, and the / a right arrow to close, otherwise good. ip is in town, want to do coffee? I asked Fleming, too. My treat.

Bill Dithmer said...

Ken G I just had to thank you for the link to the old pictures . I spent one of the most enjoyable afternoons yesterday that I have had for some time. It was a great exhibit on how our country has grown in spite of recessions, wars, and a booming population. It also was an honest historical account of the US as a melting pot.
From stockyards in Chicago to kids fishing with cane poles on a creek in Mississippi if you like old pictures you owe it to yourself to see these pictures.