Hang It Up

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I’ve been wanting to get this picture for a long time but it’s on a road with a lot of traffic and you know me … don’t want to get mowed down by an oncoming vehicle.  What fun would that be?  Besides, I wouldn’t be able to complete my 366 project.  So I waited on a side street until there was a very large gap in traffic, then pulled out, stopped long enough to get the photo through the passenger side window and sped off.  I felt like a thief in the night 🙂  Wow!  It was fun!

Whoever hung these bicycle parts on their fence must want the world to know that their bicycling days are over … or they’re paying homage to an old bike … or whatever else made them create this display.  Maybe they just felt like “hanging it up.”  Namaste’

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  1. niasunset says:

    But I loved it… as you and I would have stopped and taken pictures too… Thank you dear Regina, you captured so nicely, it can be on the wall too… 🙂 I mean this photograph…. With my love, nia

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    1. You’re the best, Nia. Thank you! I know you would stop and shoot this picture, too.

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  2. Patti says:

    That was a cool shot Gina. Doesn’t even look like something one woul see in the desert.
    You are a busy girl…

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    1. So true. Most of our fences around here are painted concrete block walls. Thanks, dear one! And as always, ’tis good talking with you.

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  3. zannyro says:

    Lol! Love it….I so enjoy it when people do things that make you wonder about the reasoning behind it!

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  4. This is awesome and creative!!! Love the pic!!

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    1. Thanks a bunch, Laz! It seems sometimes that the hardest ones to get turn out the best. Go figure 🙂

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  5. I understand why you wanted to capture this…it’s just awesome and really makes you wonder why a person would hang out his bike in a way like that! Thanks for sharing

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    1. Thanks, Joanna. I guess I’ll always wonder each time I pass it. Maybe one of these days I’ll get the courage to knock on the door and ask. Or not 🙂

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