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How To Get Bike Licence
- license: freedom to deviate deliberately from normally applicable rules or practices (especially in behavior or speech)
- license: authorize officially; "I am licensed to practice law in this state"
- license: excessive freedom; lack of due restraint; "when liberty becomes license dictatorship is near"- Will Durant; "the intolerable license with which the newspapers breakthe rules of decorum"- Edmund Burke
- Practical advice on a particular subject; that gives advice or instruction on a particular topic
- Providing detailed and practical advice
- A how-to or a how to is an informal, often short, description of how to accomplish some specific task. A how-to is usually meant to help non-experts, may leave out details that are only important to experts, and may also be greatly simplified from an overall discussion of the topic.
- (How To’s) Multi-Speed Animations
- motorcycle: a motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame
- bicycle: a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals
- A bicycle or motorcycle
My stream hit 50,000 views some time today or yesterday. Thank you all SO MUCH for looking at my work, leaving comments, giving me favorites, and especially for all the encouragement and advice I've received from people as my skills and my style have developed. The Flickr community has become rather dear to me, and I can't overstate how much I appreciate ALL of you!
It seems like such a short time ago that I started my Flickr account, and yet so much has changed in that period of time. The first "real" camera I ever bought was a Nikon D50, purchased in September of 2005. I bought it when I was planning a trip to Peru, simply because I wanted to have a decent digital camera to take holiday photos.
I had no idea that decision would change my life.
Since that time, photography has become the most important thing in the world to me, outside my family and friends, of course. I had no idea I would have any talent at all, and DEFINITELY had no ideas about becoming a professional and actually making some money at it.
Well, here I am - with lots of surprises, joys and frustrations, financial problems due to blowing all my cash on equipment, a couple of girlfriends in and out the door, and 5 camera bodies later and a string of lenses... and I'm still loving photography and what it's done for my life more and more each day.
I took this shot about a year ago on a bridge in La Gi town, one of my absolute favorite places to shoot in Vietnam. Standing next to me was Iain Morton, better known as VinaPix, both encouraging me and keeping me humble.
I have dozens of people to thank, you all know who you are, but most of all, I need to thank Iain, for being a friend, a teacher, and a mentor to me, and for helping me to find this talent that I never knew was hidden inside. My dear friend, I'll drive over any mountain with you behind me on my motorbike, in the wind and rain, any time of day, any place at all to help you get a shot if you need it, and I can't wait to continue this string of adventures we've been lucky enough to have. I don't think I could have been luckier than to have your patience and generosity in helping me learn about photography, and the lifestyle that goes along with it.
I've been trying to market this shot for some time now, as I personally think it's one of my best panning shots ever. Nobody has licensed it from me yet, so now I'm going to give it to you all, my Flickr Friends! My panning shots are certainly my most popular work here on Flickr, so I figured it would be the most appropriate way for me to say "Thank you SO MUCH" to all of you. Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you. Even with my great big blabbering mouth I can't quite figure out how to let you know how much I appreciate that you enjoy my work and return again and again to see what I've been doing. The elation I feel when people like what I've done, and the encouragement it gives me to keep working and improve my skills is one of the greatest gifts anybody could give me. Again, thank you so, so much.
Over the next few days I'm going to load up some of the best shots I've saved from the last year or so, but haven't been able to sell yet. Hope you all like them!
London Motorbike Show: Jet Bike's Exhaust- HOOGE
Been several years since I last owned a crotch rocket. The great thing about shows like this is that you can try several on for size and get an idea as to what you like, what style, what weight, how much chrome you can be bothered with etc etc.
You also get to be rude to the trade staff too if they they are being particularly daft.
Me- Hey, is that 300cc scooter?
Idiot- Oh, let me look... Yes, it is.
Me- Cool :0)
Idiot- But you do realise that you'll need more than your CBT to ride it don't you love [staring at my chest all the time]. Oh and the petrol will be a bit more expensive. Oh and it's a lot more punchy than what you are used to.
Me- Well, I have an endorsement free UK driving license with DAS, oh and also a Kiwi one saying the exact same thing. Think that'll do? Oh, and my last bike was a 1200 Bandit. Oh and the one before that I rode around the Himalayas.
Idot- Oh, right, maybe you'll be alright then.
Me- Any chance of speaking to someone from [this bike brand that shall remain nameless] who may know something about bikes at all who's not an utterly patronising cunt today? I take it not. Goodbye.
MCN London Motorbike Show, ExCel, London 5 Feb 2011
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