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2000 Indian Chief

Posted by
Barbara (Florida, United States) on 5 April 2008 in Transportation.

Marie-Hélène from Morocco

Yes ...! we're going to know everything about this super Indian Chief !
This image is superb !

5 Apr 2008 7:49am

@Marie-Hélène: Thank you so much for your comment.

Saeed from Tehran, Iran

very nice shot. great colors :)

5 Apr 2008 9:33am

@Saeed: Thank you for commenting.

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

How nice, excellent take Barbara :)

5 Apr 2008 9:38am

@Lorraine: As always I appreciate your comments Lorraine.

Jerry from Tampa, United States

AWESOME Barbara! They don't make these anymore - GREAT shot!

5 Apr 2008 10:30am

@Jerry: Thank you Jerry. Definitely out of production. I appreciate your comment.

Ina from Krugersdorp, South Africa

How awesome! Never seen anything like it :)

5 Apr 2008 10:34am

@Ina: Thank you Ina. There are not many around. If there are they are kept garaged and out of view as a collector's item.

Judy from Brooksville-Florida,, United States

More than appropriate for the Indian Princess!

5 Apr 2008 12:35pm

@Judy: Your comment brought a big smile. Thank you Judy.

Nancy B from Bloomfield Hills, United States

Great comment from Judy in Florida.....it is always wonderful to see a classic well maintained.

5 Apr 2008 12:39pm

@Nancy B: Thank you Nancy. I too appreciate seeing a classic kept like new.

Scotfot from Kabul, Afghanistan

Superb image of a superb bike

5 Apr 2008 2:07pm

@Scotfot: Superb comment, thank you.

Bonj from Jefferson City, United States

Not sure which I want more, your bike or your camera. :-)

Nice shot.

5 Apr 2008 4:26pm

@Bonj: I really laughed at your comment. Thank you.

Calusarus from St Sorlin en Valloire, France

nice sharpen here.

5 Apr 2008 4:29pm

@Calusarus: Thanks for commenting.

alex centrella from Califronia, United States

great image barbara..

5 Apr 2008 6:12pm

@alex centrella: Thank you Alex, I appreciate your comment.

Evelyne Dubos from Le Mans, France

Exactly the sort of ideal motor-bike for visiting the area of States that i show on my blog actually, don't you think ? I'm ready to go again....

5 Apr 2008 7:24pm

@Evelyne Dubos: Absolutely ideal for traveling the canyons in your blog series. After all it was an Indian that they made the movie about "World's Fastest Indian" with Anthony Hopkins (2005) Although that was in Utah but still in the West. It would make a nice photo shoot, the bike in these canyons. Thank you for commenting.

charlenecollins from Kingston, Jamaica

I like your choice of crop. Well lit, and yellow contrast nicely with blue background.

5 Apr 2008 8:44pm

@charlenecollins: I did crop it a small amount. The sky and sunlight was perfect for a few shots. Thank you for commenting.

bronzebilly u.k. from Barry,Vale of Glamorgan, United Kingdom

Hey Barbara..nice to "see" you again ,pal..lovely detail on these bike images..
I've been backtracking through your postings and I found this one..great focusing and narrative :-
http://barbaraann.aminus3.com/image/2008-03-29.html
cheers..
Billy...

5 Apr 2008 11:32pm

@bronzebilly u.k.: What a fun comment, I see you like my buddy Quaker. Thank you for taking a look around at my photos and posting a wonderful comment.

Thomas van Marek from fröndenberg, Germany

Did you know that the Indian was established in 1901, years before Harley Davidson was going on start !
Who is Harley? :-)
Great shoot !!

6 Apr 2008 12:18am

@Thomas van Marek: Harley who? ;) Indian had an early start and they have been in and out of production. Latest is that sometime this summer they will have a 2009 Indian on the market. Nice comment, I appreciate it.

Dang from Marietta, United States

Wow... I didn't realize these were still being made. Great find, and nice shot. Now I'll have to do some searching...

6 Apr 2008 2:46am

@Dang: Thank you for stopping by. Another view tomorrow.
By the way, later this year Indian is coming out with a 2009 model.

Sandrine from Cincinnati, United States

Great framing!

6 Apr 2008 5:58pm