sunday in the park

Remember when bike racks were for bikes?
Riverside Park

17 comments:

  1. Yup, and parking areas once had horse and buggies. ;) Cool shot. :)

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  2. Yeah, I do. Great shot of updated maneuvering thru the park!

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  3. : ) We never really had too many bike racks around here. Everyone needs a car : ) Have a wonderful Sunday in the city.

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  4. Love the vertical lines in this and the color of the handles.

    We never had bike racks here, but I do remember when bikes had only one speed, you braked with your feet and banana seats were an option. This was around the same time that the wheel was invented.

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  5. hee hee
    «Louis» sees that 'dedelstein' is in the scooter business now!

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  6. Very cool shot! We don't see many of those here, though. Or bikes either, for that matter. We're still car people in the midwest.

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  7. I like how the scooters are in shadow yet showing off their shine too.

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  8. I do!, but I love the new form of wheels too xxo

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  9. Those scooters seem to get stolen around our parts real fast if they're not locked up! Nice shot!

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  10. The good ole days. Here, I think more kids have scooters because bikes take effort by parents to teach children to ride. More effort than a lot of parents are willing to put into something. My daughter has 3rd grade friends who can't ride without training wheels.

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  11. Little T has a few of these. We take them to the church parking lot and ride. Some times to his aunts house. Easyier than a bike and fun. great shot Daryl!
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