Took this from my camera phone whilst struggling up a hill today near Tinahely. Surprised it came out so clear. The ideal would have been to stop and snap. Great day for a cycle.
I got this one a few weeks back just as I was starting out.
Couldn't take any today. Was too showery to be taking the phone out of its waterproof cover (sandwich bag).
Excuse the ugly barrier! :-P
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Sun! by f0ehammer, on Flickr
Dramatic weather last week up in the gap!
Biked up Djouce mountain today - view looking at Powerscourt on the way back:
Quality photos guys, looks like it was a gorgeous day out. I can only offer this, taken last June on the Military Road (Dublin/Wicklow), heading back to Stocking Lane.
Its title is 'cycling in the clouds'.
Got this one on a detour into carton house on my way back from Maynooth http://www.flickr.com/photos/twowheelsnoengine/5489172033/
Taken from the Mayo Greenway in Mulranny looking across Clew Bay to Crogh Patrick
Took this one while taking a break at Glendalough today:
I spent a beautiful day cycling around Dingle last May, my favourite shot from the day is probably this one:
(By the way, if anyone can tell me how to put a photo in here directly from flickr that would be great!)
Looks like you had a nice trip last summer
I don't know if a photographer can become a cyclist but I'm starting to believe that a cyclist can become a photographer... Here's another one http://www.flickr.com/photos/twowheelsnoengine/5527219600/ with some hale stone on the way back to Dublin
A bit of RD and chain trouble today brought a halt to my cycle after about 20 km. Whilst awaiting the rescue team I amused myself by observing a ladybird on my saddle. As shown in the picture it seemed to have an attraction to the red stitching. I assume (wrongly?) that ladybirds are colour blind and therefore it wasn't mistaking the stitching for a mate. Any entomologists on here care to enlighten me as to the reason for its behaviour?
Wrap image tags without any attributes around the url of the photo.
Just click the share button (top left of photo) the set it for BBCode. Paste in. Job done!