Film Friday – Arlen Ness Victory engine

A bit of the change of subject for today’s post. No winter, no plants, just shiny metal and lots of contrast. A motorcycle engine. And not your ordinary bike- Arlen Ness Victory, which you can see (and win, apparently) in National Motorcycle Museum in Anamosa, Iowa. Although, for me, just another challenging, yet exciting subject. There is so many details in this thing, that only black and white would do it justice. So black and white it is.

Arlen Ness Victory motorcycle engine

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