V10 meets H3

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Surely it's the curse of the modern world that so many people now work at a computer while the compter also provides the biggest distraction from work ever devised ... (Dave Gorman)

When I see an adult on a bicycle, I do not despair for the future of the human race. ~H.G. Wells _______________________________

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Sun! Colour in the sky! Non-rainy weather! Don't you love it.

A bike ride to work capture.
11th Feb 2008, 13:29  

gorgeous shot :]

11th Feb 2008, 13:35

taniwha says:

Thanks. You know, I went cycling with my son yesterday and noticed so many different things on the path that i thought I knew well. And this weather is highlighting different things too.

11th Feb 2008, 13:46

Geodyne says:

The colours on this!

11th Feb 2008, 13:54

taniwha says:

Geodyne - the sun at 7.30 this morning was like nothing else. This big orange hanging close to the horizon. Gorgeous.

11th Feb 2008, 13:56

nice, looks like we've been spending our time in similar ways!

11th Feb 2008, 14:46

effcee says:

Beautiful! It's almost as if it were a painting.

11th Feb 2008, 18:31

JokerXL says:

Oh WoW Taniwha!

11th Feb 2008, 19:02

JokerXL says:

Oh WoW Taniwha!
(he said again)

11th Feb 2008, 19:02

Euphro says:


11th Feb 2008, 19:45

Jane Doe says:

love everything about this

11th Feb 2008, 19:51

taniwha says:

Gotta grab the sun while you can. Thanks for the nice comments all - was taken on my cheapo pocket cam

11th Feb 2008, 20:03

nige says:


11th Feb 2008, 22:44

Caine says:

Fantabulous! What a wonderful shot, Taniwha.

12th Feb 2008, 01:24

PrincessJun says:

Fantastic - feels like spring is not toooo far away! Lovely shot.

13th Feb 2008, 21:29

SaharaSB says:

really stunning - picture postcard perfect! is this MK?

14th Feb 2008, 08:54

taniwha says:

Thanks. It is MK Sahara ... it's on the path as I approach my office.

15th Feb 2008, 07:16

digitalesse says:


16th Feb 2008, 01:20