Lights and a Reflector (sort of)

Just a few photos from this afternoon’s ride.

A blinking bike light
Christmas lights decorating a local “Pay What You Can” farm stand
I’m going to argue that a mirror is a specialized kind of reflector. Certainly if you shine a light at it, the light shines back.
Not sure who that weird character is though.

7 response to "Lights and a Reflector (sort of)"

  1. By: Rich-Illinois Posted: July 6, 2022

    Hi Bob!
    Great to see you here!
    Everything looks like a winner to me.
    The Fargo is looking good — clean machine!
    The Pay What You Can concept is great! Christmas light aren’t just for Christmas any longer.
    Someone here strung out a string as a clothesline.
    A mirror certainly IS a reflector — The only reason I worded the rule as I did is because everything visible reflects light (obviously) — so that would rule out a painted wall for example. And a mirror would make something more visible at night,
    At least that is Helen’s interpretation, and we do NOT want to incur her ire!

    • By: BobinVT Posted: July 7, 2022

      Thanks Rich! As long as Helen approves, or at least doesn’t disapprove, I guess I’m good!

  2. By: NancyG Posted: July 6, 2022

    NIce looking bike Bob. I like the pay what you can building with the lights.

    • By: BobinVT Posted: July 7, 2022

      Thanks Nancy. Yes, I think the pay what you can stand is a pretty nice idea. I *think* it started during the pandemic, but not really sure. It may be a just hadn’t noticed it before.

  3. By: Suzanne Posted: July 7, 2022

    Nice, and also cleared up for me what is a reflecting surface as defined by the challenge!

    • By: BobinVT Posted: July 7, 2022

      I definitely had to go back and re-read the initial challenge post to figure out if it applied!

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