23 January 2011

Hey Ho Rock'n'Roll, Deliver Me From Nowhere

Lower Saxony, Germany.
November 2010. 35mm film. 
There's a digital version of this picture, too.

All snow has melted. A few nights ago, it was warm enough - 5° C, that is - for me to get out my bicycle for the first time this year. Nothing's better than cycling on empty streets at night.

One of my favourite blogs, the Adventure Journal, has a feature called "The Daily Bike", and these two pictures (#1; #2)are some of the most stunning cycling pictures I've seen in a while.

Serge and I have made further progress planning the route for our road trip. Providing we can fit such a road trip into our schedules, we'll travel more than six thousand miles of blacktop, desert and dirt roads in three weeks. 

There are two more series of amazing photographs I'd like to share with you - the first series of pictures were taken by Dorothea Lange in Dust Bowl - era America; the topic of the second series is the Land Down Under. Last but not least, here's another picture I liked a lot this past week.

I hope you had a nice weekend.

- Dom


Brooke said...


i especially like picture #2 of the cyclists! gorgeous. and the series by dorothea lange are amazing. never seen any of those before.

rockmetoharmony said...

Thanks :) hope you have a great week!

Dominic Doherty said...

Brooke: Glad you like all the stuff I posted. :-)

Moa: You're welcome. And thanks! You have a great week too.

AB said...

Nice, dark, dramatic landscape.

Dominic Doherty said...

Thank you very much!