Paul’s Photo Gallery
Teaching classes at UFV, participating in race events around the greater Puget Sound area and attending NAHBS and other organized events, I have the opportunity to meet people from all walks of life. Sometimes an opportunity presents itself to capture those people and their creations on film. And other times I simply get to play. My photo gallery is a work in progress. Enjoy!
I just discovered this little 29 second action video that was shot by Duncan at Seattle Raceway on June 17, 2012. Duncan (Seeley-Nourish) is leading the race and the video starts in Turn 8. When the lines on the pavement end, Duncan is entering Turn 9. That’s when Ruby (Excelsior) makes an inside pass, followed on the outside by Gary (Norton). Now Duncan has gone from first to third.
I overshoot the Bus Stop in my exuberance (not Ruby’s fault) and have to jump the curb. Now Gary leads, but Duncan opens up the throttle and reclaims the lead . . . Enjoy!
March / April – Maui 2013!
It had been years since I had a “real” holiday, so it was time. My Wonderful hosts in Maui were Dave and Robin Webster. They are truly bike nuts, and both are excellent riders. Their home is in Haiku, which is slightly inland. My Best Holiday. Thank you Dave and Robin!
At the top of Haleakala Volcano with the Monsters. Fun road, no cops for most of it.
Cycling into Paia on my single speed for coffee. I cycled almost every day. Lots of hill climbing! Not to forget the constant wind.
Someone’s house and yard in Paia. In Maui, while I was there, it rained almost every night, and then the sun came out in the AM… Perfect!
Shooting the windsurfers and kite boards. They filmed from a helicopter too. Several World Champions were there to get promo shots for their sponsors.
Dave’s custom “Made in Maui” Monocoque Norton. It also has a 90 degree crank. Sounds great! Dog Tesa in the background.
A friend’s property up the coast heading to Hana. The dogs are playing in front of a guest house nick-named the “Maxipad”. Very nice!
We got the Cobra going, but it was too small for me and the brakes weren’t 100%. But it sure sounded great and cornered well.
This is the freshwater swimming hole on the way to Hana. We swam underneath into complete darkness. Bit scary the first time.
Nice ocean shot at Keanae, on the way to Hana riding the Ducati Monsters. The road is never straight, and the bikes hardly ever out of 2nd gear. The wind really blows on this side!
The road has 620 curves and 59 bridges.
August 2012 – Paul riding in bicycle sidecar
Fionn is learning how to fix airplanes, and in his spare time he built this bicycle sidecar. Thanks for the fun!