Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Biker meeting at the Seafood Festival


I took this photo standing in the middle of the street. A policeman was directing traffic (something you don't often see in Cedar Key!) and he told me to get out of the street. I tried to explain that I was a photographer and as such had certain privileges...but he didn't understand, wouldn't listen, and was insistent. So I got out of the street - AFTER I took the photo. Heh. Heh!

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13 comments:

Don and Krise said...

You rebel you! If I had to drive down there and bail you out, you'd be waiting a while. Good for you though. Don't let Mr Puffy Chest intimidate you.

Small City Scenes said...

Of course you had to take the picture, after all it is your right---you are carrying a camera. Sheesh!!! I am aghast and appalled! Do you need a cake with a file in it or didn't it go that far? MB

Cezar and Léia said...

Smart you! :)
Hey I did not know that a photographer could have privileges!
And tell me...The food was good?

Léia

brattcat said...

What a digital diva you are!

B SQUARED said...

Well, as we used to say and should say again, "Power to the people!"

Lois said...

Don't get arrested just for a blog picture Jacob!

Virginia said...

You stand your ground Jacob!! So what did you eat......boiled shrimp I hope. Yum.
V

cieldequimper said...

Oooh living dangerously are we?! I like that wall, somehow it blends in well with the bikers.

Julie said...

Yay! Record another strike for us rebellious oldies. We didn't go through the 60s for nowt!!

Ken Mac said...

i generally detest these belching machines with their fat men onboard...but hey, live and let live

bfarr said...

Appropriate that you captured them near the grocery. All bikers do is ride and eat and drink beer : )You're lucky you didn't get arrested.

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

A neat bunch of bikes.

amatamari© said...

I also discovered that the camera sometimes opens
the streets ...a nd the bikers are found everywhere!
:-)

Thanks for your photos!