wordless wednesday

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  1. You're making me hunt for your signature, aren't you? I can't find it in this one either.

    Daryl, you have such an eye for the ordinary, yet incredible.

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  2. At first glance it looks spider webby! Cool image!

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  3. Flea needs new glasses, I'm an old lady and I found it! Cycles of life.
    xo

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  4. Nice. I can't imaging riding a bike in the city. I don't even do it here. Got hit by a car once, and that did it for me. Off-road is a blast.

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  5. I found it too!

    (you know I'm waiting for that certain post done with that technique I sent you - I know you hate me but .....)

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  6. is that a regular outdoor bike rack....or a set of bikes on display in a bike shop? great shot either way!!!

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  7. my engineer bikes into work every day from staten island. he rides to the ferry and then from the ferry he does his miles from the ferry all the way to the GWB and then to the office here on 49th & 8th. that's his daily ritual!!!

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  8. Wow, must be parked in a safe place or in a chop shop for so many bikes to still be of a piece! Great shot
    Sandi

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  9. I'm going to echo what flea said... you make the ordinary look extraordinary!

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  10. Tagged you on my post today so we can see even more of your great photos!

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  11. and the wheels of life go on and on, on and on

    wonderful!

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  12. Very cool. I love looking through the spokes like that.

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  13. I love the repitition, the depth of the photo. Really good one there, Daryl!

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  14. I didn't think you'd have another bicycle shot this week, but it seems I SPOKE too soon!

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  15. I want to buy a signed copy of this for a friend who loves to bike. You could sell a zillion of these for sure! Glad you liked my WW today:) Not suppose to write with the post but if you click on it you will see that the fountain has roots because it from the Atl Bontanical gardens. Great sculpture.
    Joyce

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  16. Wonderful photo ... capturing the ordinary in extraordinary ways.
    Hugs and blessings,

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  17. I traded in my menstrual cycle for one of these. :)

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  18. Love this shot.. tis a great perspective.

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