Thursday, July 16, 2009
A Picturesque Bike Ride, Part Two
A long bike ride can provide much more than a physical workout. Unlimited visibility in every direction and a nonchalant speed allow for an endless feast for the eyes. I hope you'll enjoy these photos taken on my bike ride in southern Wisconsin this past Sunday afternoon. Once I started snapping pictures, I discovered there were many more interesting photo opportunities than I had anticipated. Since I don't have to worry about film with my digital camera, I captured everything that caught my eye. Here is Part Two of my presentation with Part Three to follow.
Please note: The cat has something like a bird or mouse in her mouth. I don't know what those cement things are beside the creek. I believe the other photos are self-explanatory, but if you have any questions I will do my best to answer them, unless the question is "what possessed you to take that picture?" If that query has crossed your mind, my best guess is that I was delirious due to my newfound freedom from cycling performance pressure and I got trigger happy.
I planned to present these photos in the order that I took them, but I failed miserably. So for those of you who recognize these areas of Beloit, I apologize for the nonsensical order they're in.
(Remember you can double click on the photos to enlarge them and then click on the left pointing arrow to return).