the bicyclists are hanging out somewhere under a shady tree!
That's a whooooole lot of bikes.wv: ingshi. The art of making sure all the bikes are placed and aligned just so, to allow for a zen-like experience, is called ingshi.
That witch theme from Wizard of Oz keeps going through my little brain.....
time for a break!
A beautiful mess of metal!
That's quite a collection. And, I guess I'm a hick. I never would have thought New Yorkers would be riding mountain bikes. Great shot! Happy WW.
Faithful steeds.Aloha from Honolulu :) Comfort Spiral
mine would be the one in the middle ..tangled with all the others.Is it just me .. red x for your word verification and it doesn't recognise that I am signed in...
I never tire of your great pics.
I miss my bike...
I wonder if it all falls down if one of the bikes is moved :)
Hot rubber, hot tires, hot riders...
I bet the one that's holding them all up is the first one that's needed! LOL
Fun shot! Happy WW!
So that's where all the stolen bike wind- up.
Great shot. I love the angle.
Le Tour de France this is NOT!
oh what a tangled web we weave ... love the grittiness
I just can't come with anything...other than to say this looks a lot like our garage!So sorry about your office PC! I'm sure that was extremely frustrating...hopefully everything was all backed up, right?
they are all filling their water bottles at the local pub?
Looks a little crowded!<><
Reminds me of my school days!See my Wordless eWdnesday entry here and add your link!
I just saw a pod (a group? a gaggle?)of bicyclists in spandex. They had ridden across country from California. All dressed alike, their bikes neatly lined up. I like your photo better...love B&W.
an interesting effect, not quite B&W is it.
Only you, my friend, could make a jumble of bike parts looks SO intriguing!xoxo
Do these cyclists have a spokes person?
I like the perspective and how you can see the different tread on some of the bikes.
Would that be known as a gaggle or bikes, or maybe a school of them?