Last night, I attached front and rear lights for a bike ride in order to get some pictures in the dark conditions that lamps and reflectors were designed for. That fact alone should tell you a lot about how dedicated I am to this month’s challenge. Add to that, it doesn’t get dark until 10:00 p.m. this time of year, and ten o’clock is normally my bedtime. Plus, I had already been on a hot, humid, sweaty ride earlier in the day.
It was still around 82-degrees at that time–with 90% humidity. Even so, it felt kind of nice to be out there on the quiet streets of MY Town. I liked it.
I used my bike light to test the reflectorization qualities of some street signs. I’ll tell you what–they work!
Soon, I discovered I could create the illusion of a flashing stop sign by wiggling my handlebars from left to right while cycling. It was cool. It was like magic. I made a video.
After all those reflector pictures, I think it’s time to display a couple of light (or should I say, lamp) pictures.