One / 200

My200th ‘One’!

This image was a quick capture from a Tuk-Tuk, as we rounded a corner and I just couldn’t miss getting that shot! Given more time, I would have changed my POV and got more of the bicycle, but hey, you can’t have it all….!!

And I think there is a story there, outside the cafe:

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15 comments

  1. Don’t you just hate it when that happens Sue?! But you got a great image anyway – especially while on the move!

  2. Half a bike is better than none, I always say. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Amy

    Great capture with half of the bike, Sue! I like this POV!

    • Sue

      Well, it was a very quick shot from a moving Tuk-Tuk, so I was lucky it worked OK in terms of composition (I always use a fast shutter speed, so one element is taken care of!)

  4. Who needs a whole bike when you have a man with a mission and a phone as he waits waits waits for “the One,” whoever that may be.

  5. Congrats on the 200th “one”
    And I love the color of patio set – the dude and the mood – oh and half the bike with the seat is perfect for this
    – but now that you mention it – the full bike would have been nice – but I do like that you grabbed the seat

  6. Well done on the 200th! I love the composition with just part of the bike. And how rare it is to see someone with a cigarette these days – something that struck me when visiting Switzerland.

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