The last couple of days, I’ve pretty much stayed off the pavement and instead explored some of the local gravel roads. Along the way, I came across a few polygons.
Darn! I just realized there’s not a bike in any one of these pictures. Oh well, I promise I was sitting on a bike when they were taken.
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12 response to "Icy Gravel"
I love Vermont’s covered bridges. We have some in the PNW, but you have drive to them quite a distance. Nice polygons and great photos.
Thanks Nancy! One of the nice things about living in a small state is pretty much everything is close.
The picture with your shadow shows a bit of the handlebars. There’s the irrefutable proof! Great pictures and polygons!
You beat me to it, Suzanne. I noticed the handlebar shadows myself and was about to comment on it.
Close one. Can I consider that official approval from the judges? 🙂
Oh, you’re right! Thanks for pointing that out!
Liked the polygons. Liked the bridge. Liked the sun so low in the sky. Liked the solar panels. LOVED the Garceau!
Well, I knew you would like the Garceau. I was noticing the sun while I was riding. That photo was taken at about 2pm. I was thinking in less than an hour, the sun would be down behind that hill. Ah, winter.
Looking closely, there are polygons on the gravel road too.
Beautiful photos! No barren fields in sight.
Hey, you’re right. I can see some in the tire tracks. And we have our share of barren fields too. Perhaps another post.
Always have to get out and ride on the sunny days – you did a great job with those polygons. Open steel decking on a bridge is so freaky on a bike. I have no fear of heights or gaps or anything like that, but I’ve ridden over the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers on open steel-decked bridges and it does give vertigo if you look down!
Yeah, steel deck bridges freak me out a little too. This particular one isn’t bad, since it’s short and fairly close to the water. But I’ve been on others that are a little tough to deal with.