Friday, July 06, 2012

Another red bicycle

I seem to take quite a lot of photos of windows in various shapes and sizes. I also like pictures of bicycles. Here I have managed to combine both.

Have a nice weekend!

25 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Ah, and it isn't it great to be able to combine both! I always enjoy your captures and your humor, Rune! Hope you have a lovely weekend -- with lots of bikes and windows!!

Sylvia

Malyss said...

Both windows and bikes tell us stories and ask so much questions. That's maybe why you like them..
I hope that you're spending a good summer!

becky said...

thanks for the day brightener. nice how daisies oull the two together.
happy weekend!

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Come to Cambridge if you want to see bikes...plenty of windows too. I like windows too and that's a good'un.

HansHB said...

Herlig, - godt komponert!

Erika said...

I like windows , me too.Enjoy your w.e.

Sylvia K said...

Rune, regarding your comment on my post for the day -- the last shot was taken of a reflection through a "half" window on the deck of a restaurant overlooking Puget Sound. My son took me there for my birthday last year and it is a beautiful place. Enjoy your weekend!

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

The bike looks lonely and forgotten with the weeds growing through the spokes. Great shot!

Ida said...

Flott komposisjon!
Du har blikket, ja!

Jeg kjøpte en gammel damesykkel på et bruktmarked, ganske nylig.
Har lakkert den. Purpurrød.
Legger nok ut bilder av den.
Etterhvert.
Når den er pyntet...

Ønsker deg en god lørdag!

Ida said...

Flott komposisjon!
Du har blikket, ja!

Jeg kjøpte en gammel damesykkel på et bruktmarked, ganske nylig.
Har lakkert den. Purpurrød.
Legger nok ut bilder av den.
Etterhvert.
Når den er pyntet...

Ønsker deg en god lørdag!

Irene said...

To fluer i en smekk, med andre ord :) Ja, du har blikket med deg og komponerer interessante bilder. Dette intet unntak!

Håper du har fine sommerdager. Klem fra Irene

FOLKWAYS NOTEBOOK said...

Sets a mood of downtime -- barbara

Darlene said...

Now this one is different. I do like the contrast of the stark windows covered on the inside by some gastly looking puffed paper, the weeds on the outside and lo, a beautiful red bike and some flowers to boot! Contrasts indeed. Rune, you are helping me to see beauty in scenes I would never have looked at twice. This photo is very interesting, I must say.

imac said...

A great wndow on the bike my friend,

we are cruising the Baltics soon and will be in Oslo Sunday 29th July.

GAWO said...

Alt på to hjul fanger min interesse. Og vinduer er heller ikke å forakte. Jeg fotograferer også vinduer over alt, og i det siste har jeg begynt å se på postkassestativ. Mye merkelig rundt om kring. God sommer til deg RuneE

Anne said...

Noen tydeligvis veldig lei utsikt, ville vel heller ha innsikt...

Banjo52 said...

Is that mattresses pressed against the windows? Really weird and somehow not comforting, especially since they sit over a child's instrument. Windows associated with children should be open--onto sunshine. But this does make a good, provocative photo.

Ken Mac said...

crinkly windows

Birdman said...

What's up with windows? Covered with what? Styrofoam?

Suzie said...

And the weeds add much to the picture! Great photo!

truels said...

En fin og fredelig komposition, Rune. God sommer!

Emm said...

I like this photo! I always enjoy your window shots but I like the flash of red in this photo especially.

Rizalenio said...

Beautiful composition. Very relaxed feel. The kind of image I can stare at for the longest time.

EG CameraGirl said...

Looks like this bike owner parks his bike the way most kids here do! :))

Wenche said...

Dette ligner på en plass i Olsvik hvor jeg har vært og tatt et tilsvarende bilde - synes det er litt bonderomantisk ;0) Hehe...liker detaljene :0)