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    Good job! My Bike Bathroom...

    My wife and I are in the middle of painting our home.
    So as she put's it, she "let me decide on one room," the half bathrrom.
    So I kind of did it with a bike theme..
    This first photo is of onne of the corners, one of the photos is of me, the single one is one I traded lidarman for.

    The second photo is one of mine from the Red Bull Rampage 2002, that's Richie Schley.
    The third photo is the plunger.
    The fourth photo is of another photograph of mine, it's behind the door.
    The last photo is of a candle stick holder I made some time ago. It's from hub and three Ti cogs.

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    Good job!

    Love the candle holder..


    Oh, btw..... you gotta learn to hold your mouth right...lol.



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    Sweet!

    (blushing, that my work gets to be in the same area as your toilet!)

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    Good job!

    Quote Originally Posted by lidarman
    (blushing, that my work gets to be in the same area as your toilet!)

    Only the best for you Rich!
    Thanks for the pic!
    Feel free to do the same with mine!
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    Quote Originally Posted by formica
    how do you protect the prints and photos from moisture damage?
    It's just a half bath, no shower.
    I am not all that woried about that.
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    how do you protect the prints and photos from moisture damage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by formica
    how do you protect the prints and photos from moisture damage?
    good aim!

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    I have a couple of non-bike photos in the bathroom, been about three or four years w/o any kind of moisture damage.

    LOVE the collection, the candlestick holder is gorgeous and that shot of the bike and the helicopter- though not my favorite artistically- makes my heart skip a beat.
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    A Park TP holder would finish the theme off nicely.

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    Good job! Nice

    Very Clever!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbbrian
    My wife and I are in the middle of painting our home.
    So as she put's it, she "let me decide on one room," the half bathrrom.
    So I kind of did it with a bike theme..
    This first photo is of onne of the corners, one of the photos is of me, the single one is one I traded lidarman for.

    The second photo is one of mine from the Red Bull Rampage 2002, that's Richie Schley.
    The third photo is the plunger.
    The fourth photo is of another photograph of mine, it's behind the door.
    The last photo is of a candle stick holder I made some time ago. It's from hub and three Ti cogs.

    Brian

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    Good stuff Brian! I got the okay to do our basement up as I wanted (within reason) and I'm currently in the process of decorating. Going with a bike theme for a couple of the walls. I really like the candle holder idea. I've got some photography going, 3 chainrings as picture frames and the Ikea bike tire mirror so far. I'll have to take a photo or two whenever the project is complete.
    Sipping the Knolly Whisquillappa

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    Good job! You Know....

    You know Brian, I still have that photograph I did of you with my Holga still!
    It would go well with all that!

    And I would LOVE to do the Park TP Holder, but I am not sure we are going to be here much longer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbbrian
    You know Brian, I still have that photograph I did of you with my Holga still!
    It would go well with all that!

    And I would LOVE to do the Park TP Holder, but I am not sure we are going to be here much longer.
    Brian
    Yeah, I'll still have to get that sometime, I could definitely find a spot for it! I figured we would get another ride in before the snow flew but looks like that is a no go for now, unless we get a warm up sometime soon.
    Sipping the Knolly Whisquillappa

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    Sweet!

    I wizzed in there, once.
    Back of the camera, back of the pack.

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    she gave you the smallest room in the house? =) You still have the gallery on the stair case, I hope.

    nice job. I need to get some of my work up on the walls but my new place has plaster and I'm afraid to poke the first hole.

    On a totally unrelated note...I was just about to PM you because I wa getting sent to the salt lake area (Army lab south west of town) for work. But today the customer emailed that he wants to postpone my visit. with some luck I can wait until the snow melts so I can bring a bike and Camera. I'll let you know once I start to scedule the trip.

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    I've looked at it three times and there's still something scary/cool about the candle picture.

    I think I like it - in a Warhol sort of way...


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    Cool stuff!

    I was thinking of trying to make some sort of photo frame out of my Allez frame that I recently destroyed. This gives me inspiration.
    "There are those who would say there's something pathological about the need to ride, and they're probably on to something. I'd wager though that most of the society-approved compulsions leave deeper scars in the psyche than a need to go and ride a bicycle on a mountain." Cam McRea

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    Very nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by brianc
    she gave you the smallest room in the house? =) You still have the gallery on the stair case, I hope.

    nice job. I need to get some of my work up on the walls but my new place has plaster and I'm afraid to poke the first hole.

    On a totally unrelated note...I was just about to PM you because I wa getting sent to the salt lake area (Army lab south west of town) for work. But today the customer emailed that he wants to postpone my visit. with some luck I can wait until the snow melts so I can bring a bike and Camera. I'll let you know once I start to scedule the trip.

    b

    LOL!
    Yeah, she said to me that I maybe the photographer in the house but she is the painter/decorator.. It's all good. It's not exactly my kind of thing anyway. SHHH!

    The gallery is still up. That is NOT going away. Make sure you post some pics of your gallery when that palster dries.
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    Good job! Inspiring!

    Quote Originally Posted by Frozenspokes
    I was thinking of trying to make some sort of photo frame out of my Allez frame that I recently destroyed. This gives me inspiration.
    Right On!
    I have done a lot of stuff with old bike parts and have lot's of ideas for more!
    Like a clock out of an old cahin ring and some stained glass!
    Glad to help out with some inspiration!
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    ... and if we just ...

    In all honesty, I was expecting it to look kinda nerdy, but it actually looks very tasful! (to me)

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