Somebody who visited my site wrote to tell me that he'd seen photos of a couple of bikes just like mine displayed on the Colnago website. I checked, and sure enough, the photos on display are my photos, of a couple of my on-topic bikes. Here's the link:
This is not the "history" section of the Colnago site, so I am surprised they chose to display a couple of "old bikes" instead of some of the current models. Maybe Ernesto is becoming nostalgic?
I didn't know the photos were being used, but I certainly don't mind. In fact I think it's kinda cool, so I figured I would share the link with the list.
I assume Colnago got my photos from Rouleur Magazine, who used some of my photos (with permission) for a two-page spread which was part of a Colnago retrospective (published a few months ago in Issue Four). Here's a photo of the spread: http://raydobbins.com/misc/Rouleur/Rouleur_Center.jpg
The Rouleur folks were nice enough to give me credit, so I guess I am now officially a published photographer!
Rouleur is a London-based quarterly magazine, covering the pro road racing scene, as well as some vintage topics - for example, in the same issue as the Colnago retrospective, they also had an article about the movie Breaking Away. If you want to find out more, here is their site: http://www.rapha.cc/index.php?page=94
For those who aren't familiar with my photo site: http://www.raydobbins.com
Regards to all,
Miami FL USA