Mainz Daily Photo

>Follow thy fair sun, unhappy shadow- #1247

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Said Thomas Campion.
 
On yer bike, say I.
This entry was published on 12 February, 2011 at 12:00. It’s filed under Mainz and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

5 thoughts on “>Follow thy fair sun, unhappy shadow- #1247

  1. >Oh that's almost an optical illusion. Hard to tell where the bike actually is. I love this. You're so darn artsy fartsy jb!!V

  2. >Your photo is very nice with the overlapping semi-circles of the stones and the bike silhouette with its long shadows.I am thinking that this is not in b/w but just the monochrome look of the shot..Like it, JBGenie

  3. >looks like the perfect day to go for a bike ride and enjoy the city!www.kamjey.com

  4. >The beauty of these blogging engines and CMS platforms is the lack of limitations and ease of manipulation that allows developers to implement rich content and 'skin' the site in such a way that with very little effort one would never notice what it is making the site tick all without limiting content and effectiveness.

  5. >I intend to follow the sun, but not on a bicycle. It'll be on a jet plane to Mazatlán, México but I hope that it warms up soon since they, too, have had an unprecedented chilly winter season. Ugh! The shadows remind me of the warmth of the sun…have almost forgotten that feeling!!

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