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Lucy Corrander - Bicycle and People - Aprill 22nd 2009
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Neat capture. Does this mean that the road allows people and bicycles on it?
Hi Dot. The sign means only people and bicycles may go along here; cars, lorries, horses etc. are not allowed.Lucy
Surely it means a bicycle made for 2??
Gordon . . . actually . . . there are several people who have tandems with an adult sized bike at the front and a child's one behind. There are sometimes bikes towing little carriages which look like lawnmower hoods and they sometimes contain two little people (so that's a bicycle for three) and there's even one woman who transports her children in a wooden box attached to a tricycle. So it gets complicated!Lucy
Nice shots and sign.
Never have I seen a sign like it!
Wonderful, blue on blue.
Hi John, and thanks.I am interested in the contrast between your photography and mine because they seem to be at oppostite ends of intention.Your wonderful photos show the dramatic in the ordinary while mine, I think, show the un-noticed in the ordinary. Which makes us part of the same spectrum but in radically different ways.I expect everyone reading this is famliar with John's breathtaking work but, if you aren't - do go and see. You won't regret it!Lucy
Hello MeredithThese pedestrian and cyclist signs are quite common here in England. Whether it is a good idea for pedestrians and cyclists to have equal rights of way on the same, fairly narrow, path . . . is another matter!LucyP.S. Thanks for becoming a follower of PICTURES JUST PICTURES.
Hermes - Yes. Isn't it interesting how some things which ought to be plain - because, as you say, they are simply one colour on top of the same colour - become, for that very reason . . . interesting, even beautiful.Lucy
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