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Rooster
28-09-2005, 11:30 PM
I want to know what people consider to be the greatest photographss of all time,
I dont want to see pictures of Pamela Andersons Tits altough they are great and changed my life as a teenager thats not what i mean, i'm talking about life altering, world changing pictures....
Show me what ya got people......
Im a believer...
Greatest shot of all time...
http://www.astrosurf.org/lombry/Documents/a11-buzz-aldrin.jpg

cYcLoNe
29-09-2005, 12:43 AM
nice shot of the mojhave desert!

here's another one... notice the lack of astronaughts shadow! (amongst other things)
http://xs48.xs.to/pics/05393/moonlanding.jpg.xs.jpg
the world changed when propaganda left the radio...

RathoRA
29-09-2005, 01:26 AM
http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b23/RathoRA/DavidVGoliath.gifhttp://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b23/RathoRA/goregaon.jpg


Originally posted by cYcLoNe@Sep 29 2005, 12:43 AM
nice shot of the mojhave desert!

165370 i too am a beliver RR
http://www.badastronomy.com/bad/tv/iangoddard/moon01.htm

Gryphen
29-09-2005, 08:03 AM
Originally posted by cYcLoNe@Sep 29 2005, 12:43 AM
nice shot of the mojhave desert!

here's another one... notice the lack of astronaughts shadow! (amongst other things)
http://xs48.xs.to/pics/05393/moonlanding.jpg.xs.jpg
the world changed when propaganda left the radio...

165370


FFS...

Your gonna go to all the trouble to fake a landing, then you place everything on the scene and then get a photographer to take the pic..... Oh yer and then you add the image of the astronaut afterwards... WTF.

How about.. it was taken on the moon, and there's a depression to the right of the astronaut and that is why you can't see the shadow.

Oh and the stars not appearing in the sky... albedo, in other words as there is no atmosphere to tone down the sunlight, the filters on the cameras were/are so strong that to make the image viewable all other fainter light sources actually vanish into the image.

A good example is the pic of my bike I took the other night at Hillarys where I used the flash, there were numerous lights in the background, but they were lost when compared to the reflection of the flash from the bike.

Apologies Rant over, relaxing again mmmmmm.

R/R and Rathora... I'm with you guys.

CB Boy
29-09-2005, 08:36 AM
Not the greatest, but one i've always liked

http://www.sci.fi/~fta/sightofsound_.jpg

R160
29-09-2005, 10:00 AM
I put up the classic one of the spanish freedom fighter being shot in the spanish civil war, the one of a afghan girl with those amasing green eyes that made the cover of national geographic, Che Geuvara in Beret. my son a few minutes old :D , the sailor kissing that girl in times square NY when the surrender was announced in WWII Europe.. You can just keep going on and on :rolleyes:

sathid
29-09-2005, 10:20 AM
lol. i actually just read that badastronamy website before I read your post rathora! good read.
check out the visor of astronaut in the top pic. you can see the "halo" effect around his shadow!


since this is a bike forum : pillion racing :D http://www.amadirectlink.com/news/2005/images/Speed.jpg

some of my favourite pics are of deep space
http://www.spacedaily.com/images/spaceart-v838-monocerotis-desk-800.jpg
http://www.noao.edu/image_gallery/images/d4/horseheady.jpg
my current background -
http://grin.hq.nasa.gov/IMAGES/SMALL/GPN-2000-000897.jpg

http://www.ifa.hawaii.edu/research/images/Ant_full_jpg.jpg
I'll link this one, as it's 1.4mb !!!
http://grin.hq.nasa.gov/IMAGES/LARGE/GPN-2000-000882.jpg


if the photo's are too big, let me know and I'll link them

Wrex
29-09-2005, 10:26 AM
Tiananmen Square

I think he is saying fuck you carnts :blink:

http://www.historywiz.com/images/china/tanks.gif

Daise
29-09-2005, 11:52 AM
These always send a chill down my spine...

http://www.blork.org/blog/imyjiz2/Aceh-before-and-after.jpg

http://home.san.rr.com/clkoberg/images/tsunami/a07w.jpg

Ace
29-09-2005, 12:19 PM
Something significant in Oz
http://www.harbourbridge.com.au/hbgifs/1930.gif
http://www.cultureandrecreation.gov.au/articles/harbourbridge/images/closingofarch.jpg

TurboR1
29-09-2005, 12:25 PM
Not pleasant but certainly changed the world
http://www.tms.org/pubs/journals/JOM/0112/Eagar/fig1.gif

cowasaki
29-09-2005, 12:46 PM
http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y145/carly_wa/kissgirpic.jpg

Gryphen
29-09-2005, 01:10 PM
http://www.spiegel.de/img/0,1020,457376,00.jpg

Fastgirl
29-09-2005, 02:10 PM
:) some of my favourites. these photos remind me why my children are my world. they are my reason to live, the reason to smile. they make me a better person.

http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b221/indelect/miracle.jpg
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b221/indelect/miracle2.jpg

these images remind me that we are all born equal, it's up to us how we choose to live our lives.

cheers
Fastgir1 :)

R160
29-09-2005, 02:12 PM
amen to that above post

Bulbous
29-09-2005, 03:22 PM
http://www.skiraware.de/Ski/3Vallees/Saulire.jpg

realising that this was our backyard for five months, and that everywhere from this point was down...... being armed with snowboards has never been so much fun.... :lol:

this may not seem like a life changing pic like all the rest, but my life changed from the moment i first got to the top of this mountain, and realised this was all mine for the next few months..... B)

Infusi0n
29-09-2005, 03:37 PM
http://www.vietnampix.com/bilder/fire9a2.jpg

What is missing is the ring of 30 foreign photographers surrounding them.

http://armageddonproject.com/images/storypix/buddhist-on-fire.jpg

The ultimate protest

Those are some serious pictures (serious in tone)

Rooster
29-09-2005, 04:18 PM
A 14kilotonne nuclear explosion 1milli second after explosion....
http://www.astrosurf.org/lombry/Physique/bombe-fireball050652.jpg
this one is 1MEGA tonne
http://www.astrosurf.org/lombry/Physique/bombe-mururoa2.jpg
http://www.astrosurf.org/lombry/Physique/bombe-mururoa1.jpg
The largest explosion i could find more than 1000 time bigger than hiroshima...
http://www.astrosurf.org/lombry/Physique/bombe-010354-bikini.jpg
The ball of fire measured 6 km in diameter and the canopy 160 km.
80 million tons of ground and coral were vaporized, creating a crater 1950 m in diameter and 75 m depth.
To 48 km of Zero Ground personnel received an amount of 2 rems, the equivalent of 100 radiographies!
Check the rest out HERE (http://www.astrosurf.org/lombry/quantique-bombes-atomiques-pic.htm)

PrestigeCBR
29-09-2005, 04:56 PM
Originally posted by Gryphen@Sep 29 2005, 12:03 AM
FFS...

Your gonna go to all the trouble to fake a landing, then you place everything on the scene and then get a photographer to take the pic..... Oh yer and then you add the image of the astronaut afterwards... WTF.

How about.. it was taken on the moon, and there's a depression to the right of the astronaut and that is why you can't see the shadow.

Oh and the stars not appearing in the sky... albedo, in other words as there is no atmosphere to tone down the sunlight, the filters on the cameras were/are so strong that to make the image viewable all other fainter light sources actually vanish into the image.

Apologies Rant over, relaxing again mmmmmm.

R/R and Rathora... I'm with you guys.

165408


FLAG Blowing? there are certain things that don't add up. Why are we not sending people to the moon in this day and age? it's been 30 plus years!

PrestigeCBR
29-09-2005, 04:58 PM
Originally posted by Infusi0n@Sep 29 2005, 07:37 AM

http://armageddonproject.com/images/storypix/buddhist-on-fire.jpg

The ultimate protest

Those are some serious pictures (serious in tone)

165666


This picture is disturbing :mellow: how the f#*k can you do that? :(

Rooster
29-09-2005, 05:13 PM
Originally posted by PrestigeCBR+Sep 29 2005, 04:56 PM-->
FLAG Blowing? there are certain things that don't add up. Why are we not sending people to the moon in this day and age? it's been 30 plus years!

165709
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The flag was wired to stay stiff. The reason they havent been back is because they dont need to, they already know that there is fuck all else on the moon but dust and rock. And NASA have just anounced another mission to the moon to build a space station on it for the launching of a mission to mars.

<!--QuoteBegin-PrestigeCBR@Sep 29 2005, 04:58 PM
This picture is disturbing :mellow: how the f#*k can you do that? :(

165710

Its called imoliation and those crazy buddhist dudes (and others) go into a trance then set themselves on fire as a self sacrifice in protest to something...full on init.

Gordo
29-09-2005, 05:45 PM
A great thread ( well without the side disscusions )

This pic was by no means the greatest but it was the most tragic moment of the ninteys for me....and lots of others I&#39;m sure....
I felt like a brother had died.......and still do. :(
1stMay 1994 Imola. A black day

http://news.bbc.co.uk/olmedia/1170000/images/_1172767_sennacar300.jpg

Ayrton Senna da Silva, 20.03.60 - 1.05.94 R.I.P

Pkunk
29-09-2005, 06:51 PM
the best pic is like the best movie

so many and how to chose

i found this site with a huge selection of national geographic pics

National Geog pics (http://pix.theclan.com.au/n_geog)

enjoy

Rooster
29-09-2005, 07:01 PM
Great find Pkunk.
I guess what i was trying to do with this thread is find photos like the "naked girl running" in vietnam after a napalm attack, that particular photo helped bring about a total withdrawl of the US troops from vietnam.
The Afghan girl brought alot of attention to the plight of afghan refugees and the state of women in the post taliban regime, especially when they went back to find her. Stuff like that.
What else, the spy being executed i think in hanoi was another turning point in US policy in vietnam. I want to know what the other photos are that changed the world or various issues in the world?
Those shots from NYC on 9/11 i think probably take the cake really, but there must be more.......

ApriliaRSVGuy
29-09-2005, 10:47 PM
Rooster

Ok, based on your last post, I&#39;ll make something significant apply to the pic I was/am going to post....

Global warming???

Send me a $1 to help me fight sunrise over the Arctic......

Deej
29-09-2005, 11:52 PM
Originally posted by Gordo@Sep 29 2005, 05:45 PM
A great thread ( well without the side disscusions )

This pic was by no means the greatest but it was the most tragic moment of the ninteys for me....and lots of others I&#39;m sure....
I felt like a brother had died.......and still do. :(
1stMay 1994 Imola. A black day

http://news.bbc.co.uk/olmedia/1170000/images/_1172767_sennacar300.jpg

Ayrton Senna da Silva, 20.03.60 - 1.05.94 R.I.P

165734


Keep em comming guys this is great.

Gordo, I&#39;m with you, remember it very well was up late one night watching it live.

CitizenErased
30-09-2005, 12:20 AM
I remember seeing this pic while researching for an english assignment. Lynchings for the lose.



http://img161.imageshack.us/img161/9344/lynching0dc.jpg

Rooster
30-09-2005, 12:49 AM
Heres some i was thinking of while i was supposed to be doing my Lab Report....

http://www.answers.com/main/content/wp/en/thumb/6/65/300px-Franzferdinand.jpg
Archduke Franz Ferdinand is known now as the man whose assassination touched off World War I. The nephew of the Hapsburg emperor Franz Josef, Ferdinand was first in line to the Austro-Hungarian throne when he visited Sarajevo in June of 1914. He and his wife Sophie were shot to death as they rode through the city in a motorcade on 28 June; the assassin was Gavrilo Princip, a member of the Serbian nationalist group known as the Black Hand. The shooting led to war between Austria and Serbia, which escalated into World War I.

Then This crazy mutherfucka kicked of WWII so to speak, seen here in this shot being all buddy buddies with the Prime Minister of England who thought it better to suck up to the crazy little fucker
Regarding his first impression of Hitler, Chamberlain commented: "In spite of the hardness and ruthlessness I thought I saw in his face, I got the impression that here was a man who could be relied upon when he had given his word." WRONG!!
...remind you of anything?...
http://www.historyplace.com/worldwar2/triumph/hitler-chamberlain.jpg
http://ubbt.moby.com/userfiles/2364683-rumsfeld-saddam.jpg
A slight error of judgement me thinks....
http://www.holocaustsurvivors.org/photos/hitler_rally_steps+large.jpg
Just a bit of an oversight really
http://www.leninimports.com/nuremberg_party_rallies_gallery_main_2.jpg

The italians got there own back and stoned Mussolini to death, thats what you get for hanging (no pun intended) with the bad boys
http://members.aol.com/Custermen85/ILDUCE/Mussolini1.jpg
And well, some may say that this evil sonofabiatch changed more peoples lives than any other....
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikibooks/en/thumb/0/0d/180px-Joesph_Stalin_1.jpg
I reckon it was the "stach" that made him so bad ass.
The americans make another monumental boo boo. Surprise surprise.
Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin
http://www.europa-infoshop.de/Die_Union/Info_s___News/Portrait/Winston_Churchill/a_c_roosevelt-stalin-yalta.jpg

sathid
30-09-2005, 09:03 AM
that photo with saddam was taken 2 weeks after I was born :o
some of pics are nuts

TurboR1
30-09-2005, 12:09 PM
911 Photo? how&#39;s this one?
http://www.startribune.com/stonline/images/news6/9nyc12.l.jpg

http://www.911-remember.com/images/new_york.jpg

http://radified.com/911/JPEGs/911_aftermath.jpg

devil
30-09-2005, 12:17 PM
Going to ride this bridge one day.
In France[SIZE=7][attachmentid=1139]

TurboR1
30-09-2005, 12:19 PM
Fuck the bridge look at the twisties underneath it!

OggiEKnoB
30-09-2005, 12:23 PM
[SIZE=7][attachmentid=1140]

Holding the sun ......

devil
30-09-2005, 12:33 PM
Originally posted by TurboR1@Sep 30 2005, 12:19 PM
Fuck the bridge look at the twisties underneath it!

166084

Been to France 3 times already and my average car speed is kp/h 180, the next time i go I will be riding.

RedAngel
30-09-2005, 01:02 PM
My three favorites..

http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y39/R3dAng3l/BBPanda.jpg

http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y39/R3dAng3l/DogDolp.jpg

http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y39/R3dAng3l/PigsTigs.jpg

Pkunk
30-09-2005, 02:51 PM
rofl @ the piglets with the tiger

Gordo
30-09-2005, 11:09 PM
Originally posted by Deej@Sep 29 2005, 11:52 PM
Gordo, I&#39;m with you, remember it very well was up late one night watching it live.

165919


I was in a place called "Cluny" in Scotland racing radio contolled cars, I had just finished the practise session and walked back to the pit area where someone had a radio on listening to the race live, It said Senna had gone off !! I thought "shit not again" as he had a bad start to what should have been his easiest season and then they relayed the seriousness of the accident and my hour drive home was very lonely dark trip switching through just about every station on the radio to try an find one that would say there was hope.....but to no avail he was in a "grave coma" when I got home the news confirmed that he was brain dead and life support was removed.... I was in a daze for the next couple of days......Strange how someone you have never met can affect you in this deep way...... :(

rgvlee
30-09-2005, 11:30 PM
The last sunset of the 20th century. Cottesloe.

http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a342/leeanderson/1999-12-31.jpg

Rooster
01-10-2005, 06:31 PM
"Ohhhh the Humanity!"
http://www.edwardsamuels.com/illustratedstory/chapter%208/hindenburg.jpg
http://www.vidicom-tv.com/hindenburg/images/4.jpg
http://www.vidicom-tv.com/home/images/vidicom-main-hindenburg.jpg

Gryphen
01-10-2005, 06:40 PM
Red, I think hearing that reporters voice crack was a monumental moment in Radio as well.

Deej
02-10-2005, 01:29 AM
http://www.digitaljournalist.org/issue0309/images/life/wrightbros2.jpg

December 17, 1903,

MaxxRR
02-10-2005, 03:40 PM
Hurricane Rita vs Jackup Rigs.

These were miles offshore prior to storm.

xphread
03-10-2005, 11:40 AM
Go Deej with your last one! ;) :D

and barfridge... the book caused nothing.... the fault lies squarely with the people and their choices. :mellow: (as brendon_zx pointed out: either way. :) )

Crimmo
03-10-2005, 05:09 PM
Operation Market Garden, 17 September 1944. Allies launched a massive operation in Holland, dropping 35,000 soldiers in an attempt to end the war in europe by christmas that year. Obviously, it failed. :blink:

http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b50/Crimmo/paratroopers.jpg

A breathtaking vision that helps you to understand why it failed - a mass gathering of SS and SA in germany - these werent even part of the Heer (army), just a few of the special forces alone, and early in the war too.

http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b50/Crimmo/SS.gif

Rooster
03-10-2005, 05:13 PM
Nice work Crimmo!

Fastgirl
03-10-2005, 05:49 PM
:) well, since we are a bike forum, heres a short history lesson for ya&#39;s, we&#39;ve come a long way baby!!!!!!!

http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b221/indelect/firstmtor.jpg
Daimler&#39;s wooden-framed "bone crusher"
Gottlieb Daimler (who later teamed up with Karl Benz to form the Daimler-Benz Corporation) is credited with building the first motorcycle in 1885, one wheel in the front and one in the back, although it had a smaller spring-loaded outrigger wheel on each side. It was constructed mostly of wood, with the wheels being of the iron-banded wooden-spoked wagon-type, definitely a "bone-crusher" chassis.

It was indeed powered by a single-cylinder Otto-cycle engine, and may have had a spray-type carburetor. (Daimler&#39;s assistant, Wilhelm Maybach was working on the invention of the spray carburetor at the time).

http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b221/indelect/firststeam.jpg
If one counts two wheels with steam propulsion as being a motorcycle, then the first one may have been American. One such machine was demonstrated at fairs and circuses in the eastern US in 1867, built by one Sylvester Howard Roper of Roxbury, Massachusetts. There is an existing example of a Roper machine, dated 1869. It&#39;s powered by a charcoal-fired two-cylinder engine, whose connecting rods directly drive a crank on the rear wheel. This machine predates the invention of the safety bicycle by many years, so its chassis is also based on the "bone-crusher" bike
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b221/indelect/second.jpg
Most of the development during this earliest of eras concentrated on three and four-wheeled designs, since it was complex enough to get the machines running without having to worry about them falling over. The next really notable two-wheeler was the Millet of 1892. It used a 5-cylinder engine built as the hub of its rear wheel. The cylinders rotated with the wheel, and its crankshaft constituted the rear axle.

cheers
Fastgir1 :D

TurboR1
03-10-2005, 05:53 PM
Top stuff Fastgir1

Fastgirl
03-10-2005, 06:05 PM
:) And a bit more history......
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b221/indelect/dedion.jpg
In 1895, the French firm of DeDion-Buton built an engine that was to make the mass production and common use of motorcycles possible. It was a small, light, high revving four-stroke single, and used battery-and-coil ignition, doing away with the troublesome hot-tube. Bore and stroke figures of 50mm by 70mm gave a displacement of 138cc. A total loss lubrication system was employed to drip oil into the crankcase through a metering valve, which then sloshed around to lubricate and cool components before dumping it on the ground via a breather. DeDion-Buton used this 1/2 horsepower powerplant in roadgoing trikes, but the engine was copied and used by everybody, including Indian and Harley-Davidson in the U.S.
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b221/indelect/orient.jpg
Although a gentleman named Pennington built some machines around 1895 (it&#39;s uncertain whether any of them actually ran), the first US production motorcycle was the Orient-Aster, built by the Metz Company in Waltham, Massachusetts in 1898. It used an Aster engine that was a French-built copy of the DeDion-Buton, and predated Indian (1901) by three years, and Harley-Davidson (1902) by four.

cheers
Fastgir1 :D

Crimmo
03-10-2005, 06:05 PM
oh man what id do to ride one of those down the cappa strip in freo!! :D

a few more

The infamous landing in normandy, a shot most of u have seen but it sits at the top of my list of the greatest photos of all time.
http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b50/Crimmo/normandy.jpg

And a few of the more shocking shots of WWII, youth doing unbelievable things in the name of their fuhrer, emporer, country or because they are forced. Not to mention brainwashing.
http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b50/Crimmo/hj06pps.jpg
http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b50/Crimmo/hitlerjugend_und_hitler.jpg
http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b50/Crimmo/japboy.jpg

The really shocking thing is that these boys(1st 2 photos) part of the hitler youth were used during the death throws of the reich in a desperate effort to slow to stampede of the russian army. Given a panzerfaust (one shot anti-tank weapon) they were thrown into the chaos in the hope that they would destroy 1 tank in exchange for their lives. The russians had no mercy on them because of their age.

R160
04-10-2005, 08:14 AM
Crimmo, must agree that most of Frank Kappa&#39;s WWII shots were extremely good. I read somewhere a quote by the Jap admiral that planned the pearl harbour attack his opinion on whether the atom bomb dropped on japan was a war crime, his answer was if japan had it they most certainly used it on the US. . Defining shot for me of WWII in a Oz context is that shot of the wounded aussie being escorted back along the kokoda trail by a "fuzzy wuzzy angel" ie native papaun. makes me sick that we stood aside while indo ionvaded east papau without saying a word :angry:

Fastgirl
04-10-2005, 08:36 AM
:) Hey Nathan, here is a poem that was written in celebration of the Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels:

&#39;Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels&#39;
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b221/indelect/fuzzy10.jpg
Many a mother in Australia
when the busy day is done
Sends a prayer to the Almighty
for the keeping of her son
Asking that an angel guide him
and bring him safely back
Now we see those prayers are answered
on the Owen Stanley Track

For they haven&#39;t any halos
only holes slashed in their ears
And their faces worked by tattoos
with scratch pins in their hair
Bringing back the badly wounded
just as steady as a horse
Using leaves to keep the rain off
and as gentle as a nurse

Slow and careful in the bad places
on the awful mountain track
The look upon their faces
would make you think Christ was black
Not a move to hurt the wounded
as they treat him like a saint
It&#39;s a picture worth recording
that an artist&#39;s yet to paint

Many a lad will see his mother
and husbands see their wives
Just because the fuzzy wuzzy
carried them to save their lives
From mortar bombs and machine gun fire
or chance surprise attacks
To the safety and the care of doctors
at the bottom of the track

May the mothers of Australia
when they offer up a prayer
Mention those impromptu angels
with their fuzzy wuzzy hair.

Bert Beros

Our county is very luckly and blessed to have had these brave men and woman who helped our country through one of the most devistating times in history.

Fastgir1 :)

Jono
04-10-2005, 08:42 AM
i think this is bloody good photo

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v689/R1Boy77/031005038.jpg

Rooster
18-10-2005, 12:55 AM
How bout this one?
Classic.
http://www.filmworld.com.au/clips/archival/Damien%20Parer%20-%20The%20Wounded%20Soldier.jpg

Rooster
18-10-2005, 01:00 AM
What about these 4 young lads from Liverpool?
Kinda stirred things up abit!
http://www.ukstars.co.uk/tribute-band/beatles/fab-beatles.jpg
This little invention changed things somewhat.
http://www.filmworld.com.au/clips/archival/Television.jpg
Good pics site.
Filworld (http://www.filmworld.com.au/htm/collections/collections_archival.htm)

sabre1
18-10-2005, 03:44 AM
I liked the photoshopped one with the blackhawk over the sea with the soldier dangling and a F*@#EN huge shark coming up to grab him

Pva_Glue
20-10-2005, 09:59 AM
Great photos there :)

I have to say that NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC photos are just the best :)

eXume
23-10-2005, 05:30 PM
[attachmentid=1300]

"Vietnam is often referred to as the first televised war. Many commentators have said that television lost the Vietnam War for America - as the full horror of conflict was beamed into people&#39;s homes public support diminished."

TurboR1
23-10-2005, 05:48 PM
May not have changed the world but sure changed the self discovering habits of teenage boys when they went through their bigger brothers magazine collections.
http://www.magazine-empire.com/playboy/1953/1253.jpg

Rooster
21-01-2006, 04:09 PM
How did i miss this guy!
The Greatest of ALL time!
The man himself.

http://www.poster.net/ali-muhammad/ali-muhammad-muhammad-ali-vs-sonny-liston-4900221.jpg
http://www.jeanstephengalleries.com/clay-liston.jpg
http://www.starstore.com/acatalog/M_Ali-Champions.jpg
http://images.art.com/images/-/Flip-Schulke/Muhammad-Ali--C10283437.jpeg

Barfridge
21-01-2006, 07:07 PM
Wow! That underwater shot is brilliant. I wonder if it&#39;s available as a poster anywhere.

<wanders off to search google>

Evil_Homer
21-01-2006, 08:04 PM
Americans and the Japanese beat the shit out of each other here, a awesome battle from both sides and im glad i wasnt there :o :o :o :o
The battle of iwo jima
http://www.iwojima.com/

Rooster
29-09-2006, 01:38 AM
Bump! :D ;)

bostromus
29-09-2006, 06:52 AM
Not up there as life changing. But he certianly changed the history of racing for Ducati.

There will never be another!!!!!

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Selwin
29-09-2006, 08:29 AM
i like this one...

ps: tha black things are not camels :thumbsup:

sathid
29-09-2006, 08:40 AM
it&#39;s a shame most of these photos are missing from the thread now.

dolph
29-09-2006, 08:55 AM
Bump! :D ;)
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That&#39;s not a Bump!!!!

This is a Bump....

http://www.picpop.com/gallery/albums/userpics/Bump/bump.jpg

Hornet
07-10-2006, 11:57 AM
Dammit, Rooster, you beat me to it (by 10 months :D ) with the Ali Vs Liston photo. That photo was voted the best sporting photo of last century by a board of sporting photographers.

Great pic!