A wheel

I really wanted to post a black and white image today, I just couldn’t find one that fitted. For explanation, I hardly ever shoot with black and white in mind. I know I should, but all the images come out as RAW and are in color. Then, when I am in a mood for B&W, I go through Lightroom catalog and find something appropriate for conversion and do the work. Today, I kept browsing and browsing, and nothing looked good. And finally I have found this yellow wheel of one of the motorcycles in National Motorcycle Museum in Anamosa, Iowa, where we visited previous weekend. I love this curvy line of the mudguard.

Mudguard over a yellow motorcycle wheel

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  • AaronBarlow

    I like the perspective you got on this one. It’s nice and crisp also.