Triumph Scrambler May29

Triumph Scrambler

I just bought this new Triumph Scrambler and I am in love with it. I just got it a couple of weeks ago and knew that I needed to take some shots of it since it is such a beautiful bike. It reminds me of those old World War II bikes without the sidecar. Some of you may be thinking Paul Newman but I’m pretty sure he drove a Bonneville in The Great Escape. Anyway, I just recently sold my sport bike that I had because I was going to fast with it and I wanted something more comfortable and capable on going on some sketchy roads since I plan on going on a cross-country road trip with it in the near future. This bikes is all that and more. It rides almost like a dirt bike and handles awesome. I’m officially a Triumph fanatic now. What really sold me was the look though. I love the vintage style that it keeps while still having some modern parts on it for performance. Hope you guys like it! Let me know what you think! Please follow and like...

Train Tracks

A popular spot that I always visit while going to Los Angeles is the Union Station located in the heart of downtown. This is one of the main areas of public transportation in the city and I used it quiet frequently up until I had my motorcycle shipped out to me. That is how I cam to know of this place. There is another picture of the interior of the stationĀ in my storeĀ that you can check out here, which is equally if not more interesting in terms of old architecture and style. I had the idea for this picture in mind before I had visited this spot and thought it would be difficult to do considering I would have to run out in the middle of train tracks and 1. not get arrested 2. not get run over 3. find enough time to get the shot, with the latter being of higher importance. I had come up the walkway onto the platform in order to scout things out and see if there were a lot of people around or security guards but to my surprise there were none of either. This place was, I kid you not, completely empty. Now it was of course about 3:30am so that could have something to do with it, but either way it was a dream come true for what I had wanted. Also, because it was so dark and quiet out, I could hear and see a train coming from a good ways away so the possibility of getting run over became less likely. Fearing that this awesome moment may not last too long, I quickly ran out to the middle of the tracks and set up my tripod. I snapped away as many shots as I...