Couldn’t resist snapping this little bmx!
A tiny bike, locked to a structure plainly made for larger ‘pedals’ ;-)

Clarendon Street, Melbourne

Canon 50D, 50mm f1.8
Available light (Winter’s mid afternoon – had been raining, again!)
Minor post-ed tweak of contrast/brightness and a
trim to top of image to remove a passing car’s tyre

Capturing people being people, and the finer details of four and two wheeled blingy classic automotives – two fave ‘topics’ of imagery :-))

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  • Karen  Betts
    Karen Bettsabout 4 years ago

    OH this is so lovely i have to say it is the damp paverment that grabs me. : ) like the little bike in the big arches of metal. lovely contrast

  • Thank you so much Karen :-D
    I liked the irony of such a little bike locked to such big structures!
    Have really enjoyed the rain this Winter, it’s made some fantastic abstracts and cool reflections possible!
    Love the wet pavement too – have just now noticed the reflections of the structures on this pavement!! LOL! ;-)

    – Ell-on-Wheels

  • Judith Cahill
    Judith Cahillabout 4 years ago

    I love the comnposition here, the pavement and the pattern in the bike parking thingy, and the one lonely bike in it….

  • Thank you Jude :-)
    Just couldn’t resist the irony of what was before me ;-)

    – Ell-on-Wheels

  • Georgie Hart
    Georgie Hartabout 4 years ago

    The little bike that could! Well spotted Ell, the wee bike is endearingly ridiculous.

  • Indeed so, glad you like the rediculousness as I did!! :-)
    … sorry GH, just found this comment of yours – oops! ;-)

    – Ell-on-Wheels

  • fourthangel
    fourthangelabout 4 years ago

  • Thank you ever so much for the feature Angela! :-)
    Sorry for the very late acknowledgement, just found the banner :-/

    – Ell-on-Wheels

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