Yamaha R1 ~ Dragonfly, and The need for Photography.

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Hey folks;

Yes I can say the need for photography is mandatory in the life of a light hunter, I do love riding motorcycles but I do love more photography and when you mix this weird passions, you always end with a great history to tell.

I am the one who is always hunting for the moment, and this moment was two weeks ago over a Hess Station in Spring Lake, Hernando County, we were doing a Sunday ride, regular stop at the Hess for chatting, drink and eat, and of course for me to take pictures of amazing machines.

but this stop was really special, when I was photographing different bikes, I realize that i have a dragonfly that wanna stay in front of me for some shots, well, no questions asked, I started shooting, and for very first time, had a hand full of great pictures. Well no more to say I do want to show you the results, Yamaha R1, an excellent machine, and the beautiful Dragonfly. Check this out:

Dragonfly Front View

Dragonfly Front View

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R1 Front View

R1 Front View

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Dragonfly Side View

Dragonfly Side View

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R1 Side View

R1 Side View

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Dragonfly Ready to Fly

Dragonfly Ready to Fly

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R1 Powerplant that makes you Fly

R1 Powerplant that makes you Fly

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Beautiful Yoshimura Exhaust System

Beautiful Yoshimura Exhaust System

As you can see, very alike this two Ones, hope you like.

Cesar Out

Cesar L. Diaz

Cesar Here!.... Information Technology run thru my vains from 8 - 5. When not at the Office I drive a Toyota FJ Cruiser Trail Team Edition and a nice Photog Paraphernalia back pack (LowePro Dry Zone 200), inside ===> Nikon Cameras and lenses (Nikon D700, Nikon D300, Nikon F100) and many other tools, of course. Photography and Adventure are ingredients in my day to day life mixed with motorcycles and outdoor activities; and I do want to share My Experiences here with You.

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  1. September 13, 2010

    […] DRAGONFLIES, well here I have two selection, one from a couple of months ago (you can read this blog entry here) where I compared the Dragonfly with a Yamaha R1 and the next one, from this past […]

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