The Ride of Silence is an annual international bicycle ride to commemorate cyclists killed and injured while riding on public roads. It helps to raise awareness among motorists, the public, and decision makers of the dangers cyclists face on the roads, especially from other traffic.
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The buzzer sounded, the people left, and all that remained were rows and rows of empty seats.
It was getting a bit dark for me to be out on the trail by myself … but then I saw this and knew that I was there at the right time. Thank goodness I was using my cell phone to track my mileage!
Yes, I know. A terrible caption.
What would you have called it?
Long Shadows? Horse in a Field?
Just a little #cellphonephotography since I was running a bit behind on posting my Monochromia image. Can you find the shadow selfie?
#cellphonephotography at the Roanoke Farmers Market
Another cell phone shot while exercising. Wonder how many calories I actually burned since I clearly kept stopping to shoot 🙂
It was early in the morning in Greensboro, NC and I was in town to shoot a wedding. Even when traveling, I try to stick to my exercise plan and since I’m moving very fast to burn calories, I did not have my camera. I did, however, have my phone.
Somehow, I ended up between the train tracks, and when the train appeared, I was more worried about getting arrested than about being injured. As I waved at the Conductor, I’m sure he was thinking “that woman is just not right”.
On Monday, I found an hour of free time and decided to use it to meet a friend, and also to find the shot that would be my contribution to Monochromia for the week. Unfortunately, it wasn’t long before I realized that I’d left my camera back at the house. What? I rarely go anywhere without my camera!
As I walked down the sidewalk to the Pizza House, I looked up and saw the street light shining on the brick wall, and knew that my cell phone camera would have to do.