If you are wondering why there are so many cyclist shots in my recent series from Melbourne, Australia… it’s simply just because there were lots of cyclists (and bridges) in Melbourne to take pictures of! 😛 While waiting for cyclists to speed along the Webb Bridge, I caught a glimpse of the occasional cyclist speeding down the Charles Grimes Bridge Road just opposite to the Webb Bridge (geotag link). Switching to my 70-200mm lens, I managed to catch this brightly-coloured one as he made his way down the bridge.

Canon EOS 7D + EF70-200mm f/4L USM : f/4.0, 1/5000 sec, 149 mm, ISO 400. Click for location
Category: Decisive Moment and TravelMonday, 18 Oct 2010 07:07 pm