About the Book
A photographic book filled with imagery to give the viewer a very diverse glimpse of a motorcycle life. This book includes various makes and models of motorcycles, the people who ride them, businesses who depend on them and events that take place because of them.
Features & Details
- Category Sports & Adventure
Large Format Landscape, 13×11 in, 33×28 cm
- Publish Date Dec 10, 2010
- Tags poker run, New England, New England Dragway, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Harley Davidson, Big Dog, Upper Sandusky, Buffalo Chip, Broken Spoke, Bike Week, Nazareth House, Bikers for Brady, Sinai Hospital, Cycles for Sinai, Willie G. Skeleton, Motorcycle, motorcycle, motorcycles, bike, bikes, biker, bikers, ride, riders, run, charity, benefit, cycle, scoot, scooter, drag, NH, MA, Massachusetts, OH, Ohio, SD, Harley, HD, Suzuki, Yamaha, Honda, Kawasaki, Triumph, Stoughton, Marlborough, Hudson, Uxbridge, Tewksbury, Onset, Sturgis, Findlay, Sinai, tanks, shadows, reflection, leather, men, boys, women, girls, guys, chaps, bands, band
A full-time adult college student in my junior year pursuing a BA in Communication Arts concentrating in Visual Communications and minoring in Information Systems. "Motorcycle Life: A Multifarious Perspective" was a mid-term project for an Advanced Photography course, in which students were required to make a self published photography book using Blurb. The only guidelines given were that the book needed to be themed and the theme had to be a subject with which I could immerse myself. I chose a motorcycle theme because I am an avid motorcyclist (licensed to ride since May 2007). I took my first solo motorcycle trip during the summer of 2009 before returning to college that fall. I sold my motorcycle when I returned to school but anticipate having another when the time is right. When allowed to choose a topic for a project in my classes I gravitate toward motorcycle themes. However, I do have other interests, some of which will be featured in future photography books.