#269 seen along a cycling tour

269/365 seen along a cycling tour, originally uploaded by rosipaw.

Gorgeous, warm, sunny Sunday to go cycling with hubby. We noticed in the local paper that there was an autumn market in a nearby village, so we headed there. Lots of beautiful views all along the route, and looking for fences and walls for the Daily Shoot at the same time.

Fences and walls can divide or demarcate. Make a creative photo of a fence or wall today (@muffett68)

Saw this wall of a rubbish collection point, which wasn’t much as a picture in itself, other than what was leaning against it. I seem to have a thing about bikes, especially as interesting installation pieces. This rather worn pink bike was resting against this wall, as a stand to put flower baskets on. As I have remarked on before, it has given a new life to an otherwise useless piece of metal. I wish I had seen it in summer as now, obviously, the flowers are well past their prime. It still looked rather cute all the same!

I realize that I now have a set of bikes in three different seasons, so – note to self – find a spring one next year, to complete the set!

summer bike
winter bike

And for anyone who’s interested, here is my set from the village autumn market.

2 Responses to “#269 seen along a cycling tour”

  1. September 27, 2010 at 22:16

    love this šŸ™‚ I have a thing for taking pictures of bikes too šŸ™‚

  2. 2 Susan van Gelder
    October 2, 2010 at 20:02

    This caught my eye – nice reuse of the bike.

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