23 January 2010

Winter Moments

Warm Hands
Waiting for a red light to change.
Skates
Mother and daugher rolled down to The Lakes on their cargo bike to go for a skate.

15 comments:

BriskKnits said...

These are beautiful!

Saila said...

These make me want to go to Copenhagen, just to see the people. Nice job!

A Good Moroccan said...

Wonderful !

The villager: said...

A true delight.

joehebden said...

You make winter cycling seem possible and joyous...

Mrs. E said...

I've never thought of biking as a winter activity. Your posts have sure changed that! I am coming back daily to see what you've captured next!

PIGGY-BACK ON YOUR BACK -the r.e chronicles- said...

wonderful views, I'd love cycling, but in my country we often got smack by the bus or another car transportation :(

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candlerun (htabby) said...

Never quite thought of biking in winter fun but it is/can be a challenge - especially with a couple of feet of snow. :0)

Kenny said...

What is striking for me is the sheer size of the streets where you are. They look so wide, like they would take for ever to cross. And lining your streets are those magnificently large buildings. I could imagine feeling really small in those streets.

Calin said...

Beautiful photos. good work.

dves said...

Wew.. bicycle can't be use to that thick snow.

den parser said...

That's true, of course if so thick, it won't use skate to have fun riding.

Angela said...

FOTOS MAGNÍFICAS, PARABÉNS PELO TRABALHO, EXCELENTE MESMO!!!!!!!!!!

Larry Carter Center said...

If I owned a cargo bike like this here in Charleston, SC USA, I'd take along everything I need to swim, shop, sell and explore bicycle heaven here as we have no hills to climb, just a few draw bridges and over passes