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On this early rainy summer Saturday morning we filmed with a 16mm Bolex to capture the beauty and shadows of the Brooklyn Bridge Benny Zenga
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Line of Sight

27 Apr 2012 / 2 Comments / in

2 Responses to Line of Sight

  1. Tim Potter says:

    Lucas,
    Great to see that you figured out how to pull underwater biking properly! This brings back memories of joking around in the early ’80s with my best friend while working at local bike shop about underwater biking with scuba gear after a shop ride ended in a lake with us riding around w/ just our necks above water to the amusement of the bathers and ourselves. It was a blast, and fortunate that we all worked at a bike shop as the bikes needed to be overhauled to get rid of all the silt from the bearings! Looking forward to watching Line of Sight with our shop staff (I now manage a bike shop) to see more about your underwater adventures not to mention everything else in your archives.
    Tim

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  2. Boston Clydesdale says:

    Underwater cycling. Love it. Every April 1 in Key West I participated in the Havana to Key West Bike Race. Never won but what fun when the tourons suddenly realize that there were scuba divers on bicycles washing ashore.

    Now live in Boston, gonna have to try the Charles River Race!

    Ride hard or ride home!

    Shane

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