5 March 2009

Constant

Urban Jungle
Cycling in Copenhagen is something you do, something you're part of, something that makes you feel like you're part of something bigger than yourself. It is something that also just constantly flows past your window. Wherever your window is. Constant movement. Constant poetry.
Snow Sniffle
Even when your nose is running, you look fabulous.
Red Rush
Just be sure to choose your accessories to match your bicycle.

10 comments:

She Rides a Bike said...

Biking in my little town actually makes me feel like part of something small, although not in a the pointless sense but in that so few people here seem to get the enjoyment I take in my short commute to and from work. I so look forward to passing the couple with the three little mini-Schnauzers in the early morning hours. Two days ago, I came home and passed the park field filled with Spanish speaking soccor players in the middle of a spirited game. I would have missed it all in my car.

Raquel Gratis total said...

slow movement is here...bike culture is not dead, my dear friend, we are fighting!!!

Ian C said...

you have great panning photo skillz

Anonymous said...

Thanks to a weekend cycling in Amsterdam and sites like this I now have a new bike and rediscovered the joy of cycling...definately style over speed too I might add...IrishJohnny

Fábio Moreira said...

Hello. It's good to see how you can ride a bicycle in a big city. I'm from Portugal and here we don't have that culture. You rarely can see a bike, even in the smallest towns of a few thousands of people. I grew up in a small village and a bike was my first transport. I Could go whit for were I needed even to other villages. Nowadays I live in a small town and it's hard to do that, we don't have almost cycle routes and, when we want to drive in roads, too many car drivers are uncivilized and they don't respect nobody. So, you're lucky in Copenhage

madness rivera said...

I love the red-hat-carriage photo. Just lovely.

Adrienne Johnson said...

There are plans to turn my street into a main cycling artery and I can't wait! It isn't a slam dunk, yet, and I am signed up to help the campaign to get it done... but I am excited at just the prospect! It will be fun to take pictures of the striping!

Dottie said...

Glad to see I'm not the only one with a nose-running problem while cycling in the cold. Very un-chic, but there's not much I can do about it other than carry a pink hankie.

greenloco said...

Do you know who makes the bike in "Red Rush"? Thanks!

Mikael said...

the bike is a nihola. http://www.nihola.info