Thank you for visiting my blog, Sean. I love your black and whites...they really evoke emotion to everyday people and events. The motion capture in this one works - and contrasts with the rather bland expression the young lady is wearing:).
Look at that posture: take the handbag from your shoulder dearie or you will end up with a crink!!Oo that I had the balance to be able to ride one of those!Love the panning skills ...
Great shot, if it was Rome she would not have a crash helmet, if it was a guy he'd put the bag in the panier. Vive la difference.
I love this shot, reminds me of riding a scooter like this back in the late 60s before I migrated to real motorbikes (long since given up). But I never cut such a dashing style ... far too practical ... I just can't imagine riding along with a handbag on my shoulder like that.
I know that she looks a little awkward. Perhaps she is new at this scooter thing? I however cant help but be impressed about the protection the wind gives on this scooter, since her skirt has not even blown up at all... pity that :)
Nice legs. It had to be said. :)
lovely match of motors and feminity
Eamon... everyone has been rather critical of this lady and personally I also thought she had nice legs... it has to be agreed!
You had to chase her for a while - I bet her dress was blown by the wind. Did you catch any Merilyn Monroe moment. Total respect for this pretty woman. Always keep you purse close :)