November’s Challenge:a kid in Córdoba

Thanks to everyone who has cautioned me about the hasardshazards of taking photographs of children.  I’m being extra careful now, and either make strategic use of high security blinds or pick my subjects with care.  I felt confident today because this girl was posing for her father, and he was aware that I was taking … Continue reading "November’s Challenge:a kid in Córdoba"

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Challenge of the month, October 2019: Flagging interest

With the coldest and wettest (or hottest and driest, depending) part of the year on the horizon, is your cycling interest flagging?  If so, we’ve got just the challenge to revive it: Flags!  National, regional, ecumenical, corporate; straight out in a gale force wind, lightly luffing in a breeze, completely limp; up a pole, on … Continue reading "Challenge of the month, October 2019: Flagging interest"

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December’s challenge: crossing the Tech

Today we crossed over into Spain, crossing the Pyrenees over the low Col de Panissars, the ancient route the Romans took through the mountains.  To call the day adventurous would be an understatement. With a treacherous descent and a barefoot walk in the water, it was a ride not quite like any we’ve experienced, a … Continue reading "December’s challenge: crossing the Tech"

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