Melancholy is incompatible with bicycling.
~James E. Starrs
"Turn your face to the sun and the shadows follow behind you."
~ Maori Proverb
"Light-enchanted sunflower, thou
Who gazest ever true and tender
On the sun's revolving splendour."
~ Pedro Calderon de la Barca,
Almost home and excited to see what shots I could use to give you all a feeling of fun motion on the bike.
Hello, Sunny September!
What makes a great September? Biking under the morning sun with sunflowers in your bike basket - bring home the sun! Simple bliss. :)
|Sunflower bike ride|
I know, I know, I have neglected this blog. Again.
It's ironic since biking is the activity that I do almost every day of the week and I have tons of stories and pictures I could share. But it's the last thing on my mind to document at the end of the day. Pity, right?!
In the past days, I have been thinking that I have accumulated a lot of helpful tips for those who would like to be outdoors, be on the move and be relaxed at the same time, using their bikes.
Specially for those who have learned biking at a later time of their lives.
Well, here is another attempt to do....drumrolls please....a 30 Day Bike Challenge!
|Lucky shot!!! |
I tried dozen of angles with the camera, very challenging! The sun was blinding, a busy morning with a lot of bike commuters on the usual route of school-shops-home.
How do you make a habit stick? Commit to 30 days!
It's not the first of the month (I use to obsess about this kind of details haha) but since in four weeks oldest child will be 14, I thought it will be a great way to start today, and at the end of the 4 weeks, celebrate two great occasions: a birthday, and finally completing this biking project idea, I have had since June, 2011.
Are you with me? :)
This blog idea (30 Day Bike challenge, & taking pictures of riding on the bike) has been motivated & inspired by Simply Bike 2 years ago, and re-animated recently by Moments by Bike.