6 June 2008

Right To Left

It's summertime. Heatwave time.
Billowy
Riding along a sea wall north of Copenhagen, with a view across The Sound to Sweden.
Forward Motion
Into the sun, past the ice cream shop.
Into the Sun
Ditto.

7 comments:

styleandthecity.com - Street style & Fashion weeks in Paris said...

that is so lovely
a great idea women in bicycle

i photograph some ladies in bicycle in Paris : it's so sexy when they are stylish

i wish you a wonderful day !

welcome to Paris, let's have fun, drink wine, exchange links, whatever !

kamel
street style romancer in Paris
STYLE AND THE CITY - PARIS

2whls3spds said...

Zak,
What is a heatwave in Denmark? We are supposed to hit over 100f (38c) here in NC today...but I will be riding to and fro.

Aaron

Zakkaliciousness said...

a heat wave in denmark is a meteological description for a long period of hot weather and little precipitation.

:-)

jennifer said...

I feel dat, 2whls3spds. I'm in Chicago but we have some NASTY muggy summers. It is currently 87 degrees F and muggy as all hell. Plus the sun is BLAZING. I rode soooo slowly to work this morning. Adding insult to injury was a TOTALLY gusty wind coming from all 4 directions making me sweat even more. UGH.

Anonymous said...

Fess up Zak! At least in Sweden they start talking värmebölja (heat wave) from around 25 degrees.
Compare that to Melbourne where I live - they say the weather is 'warm' until it reaches 40. Only above 40 do they use the 'h' word (hot). Funny.

But in your defence, 25 degrees in Sweden feels much warmer than 25 in Melbourne. I think it's the higher humidity in Scandinavian summer weather that does it, and the lack of wind.

Anyone else got an explanation?

Zakkaliciousness said...

i don't see the point in competing for heat wave temperatures. It's all relative, depending on where you live. A heat wave in Nuuk, capital of Greenland, is 15 degrees. :-)

Here in CPH we've had 25-30 for a couple of weeks.

Anonymous said...

Dammit, I wanna compete! ;o)

/Martin