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a black town bike locked to a post in an urban neighborhood

Bike locked to a post

Posted on | Shot on at 17:00:00

A bike sits idle and waiting on a block of condos and apartments in Vancouver’s West End neighborhood on a stormy winter afternoon.

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  • so funny – from this angle looks like the bike has a thing for blonds and is feeling forlorn about being locked out of the chase.

  • um i mean that’s to give an inanimate object feelings and not to suggest these might be the feelings of the photographer.

  • @michele haha ;) we won’t make any judgements will we :) ... i think its the angle of the top tube heading into the stem. it really does feel that way.

  • lol! how odd is it that i was thinking the same thing as michele.. the part about the bike giving chase to the blonde.. :D

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  • Shutter speed: 1/50 sec
  • Focal length: 17 mm
  • Aperture: f/7.1

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