Thursday, August 09, 2007

Today's Ride to Work

Since the bridge collapse, part of my route to work has changed and it's given me a chance to see some different scenery. I like the larger version of this one. Click on it to see the larger version.


I really like to look at this building, but some people say really bad things about its looks.


This bridge has two layers. The bottom is for cars and the top is for bikes and pedestrians. The middle portion of the top layer is covered. This allows the graffiti artists to work in comfort during bad weather.




Some people work here, apparently keeping the lawn in good shape. I imagine Ray's lawn looks just like this one.

This is a hill I like to ride.

It was humid this morning and I think that caused the hazy conditions. I want a clear, sharp shot of this skyline. When that day arrives, I plan to have a better camera along to do the work.


No one on the bench this morning.

6 comments:

Tim said...

that metal museum is one of the most interesting and pleasing buildings in the whole city.

A Midnight Rider said...

I also like the museum but do admit there are people who are offended by arcitecture that does not look like a box.

Matt_J said...

Just wait till its 30 below, you'll be able to see 20 miles.

Reminds me of what our scoutmaster used to reply to whatever we were whining about, 'just wait until your face is in the fire' he'd say. I guess when your face is in the fire you'll know it.

Revrunner said...

Kind of reminds me of the rock music museum in Seattle. Nice colors, crazy corners!

By the way, the URL for my blog has changed. The new address is:

http://revrunner06.blogspot.com

Same blog, just a new address.

rigtenzin said...

matt_j: Your scoutmaster sounds like a fun guy.

Matt_J said...

Yeah, he really was a fun guy. When he said 'just wait until your face is in the fire', we knew it was because he cared.

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