27 July 2012

A Nocturnal Urban Intersection

Copenhagen Goodbye
In a mainstream bicycle culture like in Copenhagen, bicycles are never far away. They're beneath you, beside you, behind you and between you. This is an intersection between two main streets and it's a place many people say goodbye before parting ways. Here's a noctural hug.
Copenhagen Goodbye_1
And here's something more substantial. A solid kiss - one that suggests it's not the last time they'll see each other - before they rode off into the night.

Sub-cultures talk of bike love. We prefer love on bicycles.

For more love on bicycles, check out this earlier post: All You Need is Love - And Bicycles.

4 comments:

Kristin Tieche said...

That's one reason I love Europe. Making out on street corners.

John Maruskin said...

The doomsayers need to see this post. Thanks. A superb weekend inspiration

Iain said...

The work of Donald Appleyard is good starting point on the effect of traffic on friends and contacts across streets.

Iain said...

The work of Donald Appleyard is a good starting point on the effect of traffic on contacts and friendships across streets.

Iain Plumtree