When this is all over?

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I'm going to drag the Escort out of the lock up, fill it with fuel, and drive!! I think that's about 135 miles so not that far! :ROFLMAO: Not been used since August except taking it for MOT in September!
 
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250/400? Any pictures, which variant?
1981 CB250NA
No pics unfortunately.
Only done 16000 miles and was a runner before I dismantled it.
I've got new shocks, a new 2 into 2 exhaust system, decals and a few large boxes of spares for it.
One day.......:)

I had a 250 superdream that I bought new on my 17th birthday in 1980.
Paid £930 for it. Did 18000 miles on it in 10 months which was a lot in those days for a bike.
After a friend was killed on his identical superdream my mum said she'd buy me a car if I passed my test, so I became the proud owner of a Vauxhall viva :LOL:
A few years later the bug was too much and I bought a giant superdream....CB900 F2. :)
 
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I’m sure glen coe and the likes will be mobbed as usual. I’ll take a 30 minute drive down to the beaches of Harris before the tourists start coming in droves and take over.
 
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1981 CB250NA
No pics unfortunately.
Only done 16000 miles and was a runner before I dismantled it.
I've got new shocks, a new 2 into 2 exhaust system, decals and a few large boxes of spares for it.
One day.......:)

I had a 250 superdream that I bought new on my 17th birthday in 1980.
Paid £930 for it. Did 18000 miles on it in 10 months which was a lot in those days for a bike.
After a friend was killed on his identical superdream my mum said she'd buy me a car if I passed my test, so I became the proud owner of a Vauxhall viva :LOL:
A few years later the bug was too much and I bought a giant superdream....CB900 F2. :)
My first decent bike was a 250ndx was our only transport when we got married
Did more than 40k miles on it before I sold it to get a bigger bike
 
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So when we finally get through this crisis where are you heading with your camera?
For me...

First of all: Photography can wait for a while. I would want to go and see my best friend who lives like about 60 miles away, I would go and see her, we go out for a meal, enjoy a chat.

Secondary: I would try to think of any photo-shoots, think up a project, then go somewhere and so some photos. Maybe book a model for an outdoor photo-shoot, maybe take my Land Rover out somewhere and take some photos of my car. No idea, but where I'm heading with my camera will depend on what ideas I come up with, and what projects I plan.
 

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Give my daughter and grandson the biggest and longest hug in the world!
 
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Go out in my new car which I bought two weeks before lockdown didn't use it much and now I can't, as I am in the shielding group.
Use my new camera and birding lens which I bought two days before lockdown, I think this one could be while yet.
 
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It'll be back to WWT Slimbridge to see what has happened while I've been away.
I've had some enjoyable days there and photographed a number of rarely seen birds, as well as the migratory regulars.
Like @mikew I think it could be some while yet though. :(
 

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Firstly this is never going to be all over as long as international travel is still allowed and given that our lot are still only telling those who arrive that they should self isolate for 14 days instead of a mandatory 14 day quarantine as well as our home grown idiots ignoring & flouting lockdown rules. As long as these continue any attempt to loosen the lockdown will be paid for by a rise in deaths 3-4 weeks later.
Now I live pretty much like this year in ,year out as I'm severely disabled and stuck in bed 24/7, hell I can't even sit up but I'm finding this Wuhan flu is putting a huge pressure on me personally in trying to stay well when you have a defective immune system.
So for me I'm looking forward to seeing family again and maybe get a couple of models in for a shoot.. but as said, I'm not holding my breath.
 
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Lille with days out to Arras and Amiens in October, nearest stop on the Eurostar.
Trial run for something a bit further afield by rail in Germany or Austria during the winter

Be so glad to leave these shores again, got plenty of credit on Eurostar and Deutsche Bahn to use
 
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