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Old 06-14-2019   #30
Dan Daniel
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Originally Posted by Ted Striker View Post
It's surprising how hard it is to cycle with a camera. One would have thought that combining these two hobbies would be a natural fit. I find that I rarely ever have a camera with me because I'm either cycling, or driving my other hobby: A Lotus Elise, which has no storage space at all for a delicate camera.

Cycling take attention. In a city, it's like playing a video game with potential death coming from every direction. On a more open road, it's about movement. Either way, the kind of contemplation and attention that I would have while walking around to take photos is very different than the attention I have to the road and to movement when cycling. I can carry a camera for days and weks and never stop my bike to take a photo.



And face it, cycling is about going forward. Stopping means you aren't cycling any more!
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