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“The bicycle, the bicycle surely, should always be the vehicle of novelists and poets.”~Christopher Morley
Traditional High Wheel Bicycle, photographed at the Space Farm and Museum, Sussex, New Jersey, USA
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“Sing like no one’s listening,love like you’ve never been hurt,dance like nobody’s watching,and live like its heaven on earth.”~Mark Twain
– Pamela Phelps
Thank you kindly!
I always wondered what it would be like to ride one of these, Excellent image
A great capture and an instant Favourite! We call these old bicycles “penny farthings” after two coins in common usage at the time of its invention. The farthing became obsolete when I was a young child and a generation later the penny was replaced by the new penny which had a higher value, but was much smaller in size.
Thanks for the great info…how interesting!
Yes, yes it should. I really am into this Pam. The quote and image are perfect.
Thanks, a fun image, and a blast back to the past!
I use to have one of these….very hard to ride
I can imagine my back would break on one of these! So cool you had one!
Great capture Pam!!!!
Thank you so much for such a nice honor!