transporting Cinderella

transport + pumpkins

led to thoughts of Cinderella

how different the fairytale could have been if Cinderella had had a bicycle?!?!

instead of worrying about her carriage turning into a pumpkin at midnight

I dare say she could have had a much later night, more fun, and still enjoyed the ride home with a swarthy prince

oh well... it worked out well for her in the end


untitled - Dusseldorf 2

a little more intimate with the same bike from the previous post


d e c o n s t r u c t e d - 2

remains of the day interest me (as seen previously)


the fact that the front forks of this bike had been broken off from the frame was a little disconcerting...

someone obviously had a little too much time on their hands


if you're going to San Francisco...

All across the nation such a strange vibration
People in motion
There's a whole generation with a new explanation
People in motion people in motion


four lines from John Phillips' song "San Francisco"


one guest photo from Libby from her trip to San Francisco

though the song was not about cycling, the words resonate with relevance for those sharing the love of cycling...

you can enjoy the song (as performed by Scott McKenzie) right here...

and you can find out more about Libby's love of the bicycle here


morning colours

on a recent autumnal morning in Exeter...

the cyclist was hard to see despite some fluorescent gear