15 November 2010

Off They Go

Blue Bicycle
Sunshine is a treat in dark wintry months. It lights up this city.
Scarf and Hat
The scarves so typical to Copenhagen in this half of the year are out in force.
Forward Motion

9 comments:

shuichi said...

Wow, They are riding on bicycles like Japanese people.

I wish people in there would ride on bicycle with their babies like mama bicycle with a baby basket on the front...

Anonymous said...

@shuichi

Oh they do! :-)

A Good Moroccan said...

Looks rather chilly.

Rosie said...

I love winter sun; it's such a beautiful change to cold, dark, dreary days.

I've just posted about this lovely blog on my own blog - I study at Cambridge and there are so many bikes here!

Rosie x

kfg said...

I'm getting a bit of a kick out of seeing an American bike, made by a Chinese company, being ridden in Denmark, which an American might well refer to as "Dutch."

It's a Brave New World.

Unknown said...

It's now cold in Flagstaff but sunny and there is nothing I like more than pedaling through the chill of winter while bundled up in a chunky sweater, a warm scarf and tall boots.

Unknown said...

It's now cold in Flagstaff but sunny and there is nothing I like more than pedaling through the chill of winter while bundled up in a chunky sweater, a warm scarf and tall boots.

Anonymous said...

Random thought but I read that they will begin testing tungsten parts on some bicycles. Tungsten is the hardest metal on Earth. Its also used to make some Tungsten Rings

William said...

Tungsten ads are also tiresome, and tungsten won't bend but will shatter, and tungsten carbide contains cobalt or nickel, which doesn't go well with skin, and tungsten parts on a bicycle makes hardly any sense.