Nice job I have and a beautiful day for a short flight! Oh and gas prices hit a record today. $1.55 a litre
WOW…do you have a favorite??????
SOURCE: TWISTER SIFTER
In the world of advertising, logo design & branding is one of the key pillars of a company’s identity. The amount of thought and work that goes behind the seemingly simplest of logos would boggle the mind of any advertising outsider. Below we will review 20 clever logos that have hidden symbolism you may have not noticed before. Some are obvious, others are subtle, but all of them are interesting to examine. Enjoy!
Welcome SPAIN…your country just hit over 1000 views and is the newest country to be highlighted on our BLOG! Thanks for your support and hope to see your numbers grow. Help spread the word….share our address!
Great pictures I found posted by this guy Tim Scott
What is art? To most people it’s a painting in a museum, a sculpture in an art gallery, or even a dramatic independent film that changed the way they think about life. By definition Art is the quality, production, expression, or realm, according to aesthetic principles, of what is beautiful, appealing, or of more than ordinary significance. So technically anything that’s beautiful or appealing can be art.
Well in my opinion motorcycles are an art form all in there own. From the smooth lines of the frame, all the way to the winding curves of the pipes and tank. Even the gas cap, can be a focal point of a bike. Designers can spend years sculpting raw metal into one off beautiful concepts that defy all standards. Now it’s one thing to create this art, but it’s another thing to capture it in it’s natural environment…the open road! So I’ve compiled a list of the best Motorcycle Photography on the interwebs. Some of these are from commercial ads, others are private, but all are beautiful. Check it out!
This is how we visited Sturgis 2 weeks before the BIG bike rally
It does not get any better than this for Leslie!
Experience an early compilation of BEARTREK video clips from Alaska (brown bears) and Borneo (sun bears). No narration, but set to powerful and energizing music.
AMAZING adventure riding in combination with wildlife? LESLIE’s DREAM!
So, What Do We Canadians Have To Be Proud Of ?
At 1,013 meters (3,324 ft) in length with a total area of 8 hectares (19.77 acres), the swimming pool at the San Alfonso del Mar resort in Algarrobo, Chile is the largest in the world. It was listed officially as the largest swimming pool by area in the Guinness Book of World Records in December of 2006.
The pool holds a staggering 250 million liters (66 million gallons) of water and is the equivalent to about 6,000 8-meter long pools. Located about 90 kilometers (56 miles) from Santiago, San Alfonso del Mar is a major tourist attraction and popular destination for both Chileans and tourists from around the world.
Below you will find the most extensive gallery online, along with information on the technology behind this incredible pool. You’ll also find out why they bothered with such an elaborate construction when the resort is beside the ocean.
Cheryl & I Love dry bags and we use Wolfman luggage right now.
It’s nice to see other companies getting into the market to show off their gear. Our Dry bags are essential for touring and we would never go away without at least one large one. We stow our clothes in there, things that we try not to get dirty while traveling. Here GIVI gives it a try as well. Anyone have one of these?
These are some very creative photos which make us want to share what we find. Not motorcycles but nonetheless worthy of sharing on our BLOG. Hope you enjoy them as much as we do! CLICK the pics, see where they are from and for larger versions!
November 3rd, 2011 By Daniel Adams
Forced perspective is a technique that employs optical illusion to make an object appear farther away, closer, larger or smaller than it actually is. It is used primarily in photography, film making and architecture. It manipulates human visual perception through the use of scaled objects and the correlation between them and the vantage point of the spectator or camera.
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