I know this bike is over a year old but I have changed my methodology for building new bikes. No more do I throw everything together as fast as I can with a hodgepodge of parts. Instead I pain over every detail and build it when I have all the parts, or at least very close to all the parts. This one took a while … Continue reading The Salsa Cycles Deadwood comes to life
I haven’t shared much here on the blog about my current bike set up lately. Partly because I am in transition and have several new bikes in process. But partly it is because I have been stable for the past year with the following rig. But…I did find some time to ride with a good friend, Ben. Those following along here at the Gnat blog … Continue reading Ben’s Custom Pofahl
I am closing this month a very happy man. I’ve had an incredible month. My family is great. I’ve traveled to Oklahoma for the Landrun 100 and to Colorado for my family spring break and on Friday, I leave for Kansas City for a soccer tournament followed by Duluth, MN the following weekend for the state band concert. My job is going better. I also … Continue reading Fragments – My 1st Month with the Fuji X Pro 2
Last week I was in Stillwater, Oklahoma to ride the Landrun 100 gravel road race & ride, pics can be found here. While there I got to see one of my closest friends’ businesses, JB Camera Designs. JB Camera Designs makes hand crafted wood camera grips and accessories that are aimed to improve ergonomics and add protection to cameras. They are hand crafted right here … Continue reading The handcrafted JB Camera Designs Grip for Fuji X Pro 2
I took that photo in 2009 with a Panaonic GF1 with 20mm f1.7 lens. This set up still almost meets the criteria I outline later in this post. There is a challenge floating around the internet in the photographic art community right now. The challenge is one camera, one lens, for one year (OC/OL/OY) For many folks that are not photo geeks like myself that … Continue reading OC/OL/OY….OB?