Six Word Saturday: What appears to be the hurry?

This man on his bicycle seemed in a hurry, one early morning….


Linked to Six Word Saturday here


  1. More nice shadows. Happy Saturday, Sue! 🙂 🙂

  2. Late for work?
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Needs his caffeine fix!

  4. Gotta keep moving when you’re riding a bike or you’ll fall right over. 🙂


  5. And his shadow seems to be slower! Right place at right time for you. The setting is perfect.

  6. Lovely capture, just love the shadow 🙂

  7. I like your six words – but before I read them – i saw the biker and just love how you captured him a little to the side – I kind of feel a slower ride – but can also feel the hurry angle too

  8. He’s about to stop at that wine and beer store.

  9. Love the mood and the shadows in this shot

  10. I like the touch of the highlight on his head

  11. He’s off to buy fresh, still-warm croissants and rush them home to his love. Not that I’m projecting any personal desires onto the shot or anything.

  12. Lovely shot Sue – the Meads sign is a real bonus.

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