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    Posted: 04 April 2008 at 13:59
The idea is to post pictures of stuff that begins with the letter in the title, in the style of a Children's alphabet book... extra kudos for anything obscure, surreal or funny...


This week’s letter is 'V'...

V is for Velocipede (and Very small rider)

 



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...and to carry on the cycling theme:

V is for Vite! Vite!

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More wheels folks !!

V is for Vespa, in the snow (Denver, CO... the city that made me realize why there is sense in driving a SUV).




edit: I see now it's a Yamaha not Vespa... but it is called Vino, so it still works

Edited by Winwalloe - 04 April 2008 at 15:35
See my webpage!
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V is for vino! :) Boy I need one right now!

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V is for a View from Very high (the top of the Eiffeltower to be Very precise)

Mind the bandwidth of others, don't link pictures larger then 1024 wide or 960 pix high, see here
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V is for Val d'Anniviers with its capital Vissoie:



and the coats of arms of the Valley itself and of all its municipalities.

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V is for Vulture..
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V is for Verdin perched in an Ocotillo cactus.
They are a very small bird here in Arizona.
Not a great picture but...
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V is Very Vexing, but I'll give it a try...

V is for Vase.



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and V is for Candles of the Votive Variety.



8000i | KM 7D + VC-7D | Tamron 17-50 2.8 D | KM 18-70 3.5-5.6D | KM 28-75 2.8D | 50 1.7 | 50 2.8 Macro | 100 2.8 Macro D | 70-210 4 Beercan | 75-300 4.5-5.6 Big Beercan | 500 8 Reflex | Sony HVL-F56AM
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V is also for Vanishing Visitor.



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V is for Violinist, of course playing the Violin:



Taking during a book presentation in a large bookshop with Dynax7d, Tamron 28-300 at 75mm, f/4.5, 1/125s, ISO200, flash
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V is for Video camera: appropriately by SONY!



Taking during a book presentation in a large bookshop with Dynax7d, Tamron 28-300 at 135mm, f/5.6, 1/125s, ISO200, flash
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V is for Vulture:

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