9 May 2010

Better Months of May

Woman in Red
So far, it's been a crappy month of May, 2010. It's as though Spring is stuck somewhere else because of volcanic activity on a bankrupt island in the North Atlantic and just can't seem to get home to us. The temperature is a measly 5 degrees, it's grey and drab and, frankly, it sucks.

So... let's fire up the Cycle Chic Wayback Machine and have a look at how May can be and should be. We'll start with the above photo from May 11, 2009. Beautiful weather with temperatures pushing 30 degrees, if memory serves.
Kiss Her Even if She Doesn't Have a Bicycle
Do we kiss more when the springtime is balmy and lovely? I daresay we do. This photo was taken on the same day.

Three Generations
Here's a Cycle Chic classic from May 6, 2008. Three generations all on one tricycle.

Cyclo Shado
And here's a shot from May 2, 2007.

There is hope for gorgeous weather. May ain't over yet. We're crossing our fingers.


http://abebedorespgondufo.blogs.sapo.pt/ said...

Very good blog.

*annie* said...

I really like your blog and theme:D Today we celebrated national bike day in Bologna with a great parade and streetshow, see my blog http://folkogroevere.blogspot.com/

a. said...


please take a look on page 8-9 :))

i love your blog, and i love copenhagen :)) i'm a portuguese girl who works as photographer and love bikes :) so your blog is perfect for me!!!

keep the good work :)) ***

dodz said...

super cool cycle, i really love to ride on that.

Megan said...

I just moved to Berlin from NYC and am so disappointed with the May weather, April too for that matter. I just want it to be warm enough to ride my bike with shorts on. Keeping my fingers crossed too!


blessingsgoddess said...

Good to get rid of the snow !

Rich said...

What's funny about that top photo is the guy on the bike next to that beautiful woman is eyeing her legs. Great captured moment.

Spring isn't quite here yet in Michigan. Temps went below freezing last night...ugh!

gih said...

Wow! That's a cool cycle. Love it!

den parser said...

That's another style of a bike, can carry more than one.