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Nemesis
19-APR-2013

Nemesis

I thought this was a very clever, but in all honesty the bicyclists in Amsterdam were scary. It's the one thing I didn't like about the city as pretty much every step we made, we had to be super careful that we weren't in a bike lane. It really made getting around more difficult than it should have been.

The bicycle trilogy:

Nikon D800 ,Nikkor AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8G ED
1/160s f/9.0 at 40.0mm iso100 full exif

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William Barletta05-Jul-2013 14:57
The bike on the post is a great catch ~V~
William Barletta05-Jul-2013 14:56
Walking in Amsterdam is definitely scary. The bikes are silent and almost deadly
Marcia Rules05-Jul-2013 00:36
that's quite a parking job! V
Jeff Real04-Jul-2013 20:31
Ahh...the bikes of Amsterdam. Like no other place. Such a nice photo ~V~
Chris Morton03-Jul-2013 20:17
could have tried cycling yourself? Must admit I don't think bicycles and camera go too well ... unless one welded an extension arm and ball head on top of the handlebars
blizzard15-Jun-2013 13:13
so very original and filled with fun BV
Fong Lam15-Jun-2013 07:40
I'm just curious as to how he hangs his bike up there....interesting find and capture, Helen...V
Milan Vogrin15-Jun-2013 07:25
Well seen!V!
rousselziak15-Jun-2013 06:32
Excellent, love the shadow of byke ! -V-
gerrit15-Jun-2013 06:04
Great find. V
Gérard Koehl15-Jun-2013 04:33
Excellent. V
Sam Rua15-Jun-2013 03:43
Perhaps the owner of this bike was a bit rude to some otherwise unassuming pedestrians (or tourists) and this was the revenge exacted. Nice find and capture, Helen.
Range View 15-Jun-2013 02:39
I can't believe that someone actually parked their bike there!! V
Barbara
globalgadabout15-Jun-2013 02:19
great pulse and inherent dynamism...V
Range View 15-Jun-2013 01:52
Teriffic image Helen, sure looks like the bikes are parked anywhere and anyhow. V.
David