A Few Photos and a Few Words

Today was such an incredible spring day and it felt good to be on a bike. As I've mentioned many times on this blog one of the things I really enjoy about transporting yourself on a bike is that you see so much more...you are an active part of your surroundings. These are a few of the pictures I took when I was running errands this morning, and pictured in this post. Anyhow, the above photo is the always impressive Albright Knox Art Gallery, the photo just below is Hoyt Lake, the one below that is Chapin Parkway, and lastly, two radio towers reaching for the clouds. As usual...click any for a larger view.

Urban Simplicity.


Anonymous said…
Very nice photography. You are as much an ambassador for Buffalo as you are an advocate for bicycling and cooking.
Anonymous said…
I agree! And thank you for bringing back memories of going to the Albright Knox as a little girl on a field trip. I remember seeing Andy Warhol's Soup Cans there, not having any idea how iconic that painting was or would become, anyway.

Thanks for the memories.
Joe George said…
Dan and Queendebor...thanks for the kudos. Sometimes I think that riding a bike and viewing the world through a camera helps keep me sane...whatever sanity is left :)
Anonymous said…
Gorgeous pics and place to ride! :)

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