This is one of those photographs I can spend few minutes looking at, the sparks and the sense of motion carry through the lens so well in some images and this is a great example.
I thought it’d be a good idea to share this photograph of an old Indian motorcycle store and garage, it’s been the desktop wallpaper on my Mac for the past couple of months and never seems to get old.
Although viewed by most as heresy, this is my favourite Aston Martin. It seems the perfect blend of British styling with a dash of American muscle car influence topped off with a healthy dose of British handling and finesse. Timothy Dalton drove one in The Living Daylights, which I also think is one of the more…
The start of the 1959 Le Mans 24hr, shot in glorious lomotastic colour by an unknown photographer. Beautiful.
We’ve hunted around for the story behind this image to no avail. She is clearly drifting a heavy bike across dirt with one hand whilst wearing a bandana and a pair of shades, making her the coolest woman in the history of the known universe.
Meet the coolest 50s housewife you’ve ever seen.
Girls on motorcycles!
The first thing you notice is the lion. The second thing you notice is that they’re sideways and the third thing you notice is that the guys hair is perfect. Click the image for a wallpaper-resolution version. You will never find a cooler desktop wallpaper than this, not in a million years of trying.
Elizabeth Raab is a talented photographer and I’m not just saying that because she melded my favourite two things. Based in Brooklyn she is rapidly shooting to the notoriety with a recent exhibition at the Seattle Art Museum and a high profile shoot for DucatiArt.
Something tells me she’s more than just a passenger.
They say a picture speaks a thousand words, this is certainly the case with this vintage photo.