Sunday, April 19, 2009

Bicycle Art/ Monochrome Maniacs

Hi-rise Bicycle


To find other maniacs crazy about monochromes, visit Aileni at http://www.calonyddaear.com/monoindex/

42 comments:

Martha said...

Now that's something unusual!

Preston said...

The bike looks as if it could actually work. I guess you could get on it by way of the tree and also get off of it. However, if there wasn't a tree present, a sudden stop could prove interesting.

Dirk said...

I wondered, is it possible to ride this bike? :-)

Small City Scenes said...

How totally weird. What a great find. Someone went to a lot of work to put that together just so. MB

Shammickite said...

I'd have to be "HIGH" to ride that bike!

maryt/theteach said...

Ha, EG, that's a good one! :)

B Squared said...

Like to see someone try to ride that.

Dianne said...

that is fantastic art!!

Jan said...

Oh, I hope no one rode that! Great capture.

Ilan said...

Excellent photo. Really nicely done
Thank you for sharing, great photoblog :)

That is the chicken said...

Cool! I love these evolved pieces of art by the side of the road. I have seen a bike tree on one of the West Coast islands before...and stumbled across a photo of a cup tree (covered in cups) just yesterday. Looks good in black and white too.

Kendris said...

You have to wonder what the designer was thinking...

Great shot!

dot said...

I couldn't help but laugh when I saw that. You find the most unusual things. I love the old fence in the background.

judi said...

You made my day!

vincibene said...

WOW!
How cool is this thing! Great picture!

Rose said...

Oh my goodness! I wouldn't even attempt to ride that!

cieldequimper said...

This is just such fun and a fantastic shot!

Coca Cutie said...

Hahaha
I love it!

Bim said...

Good bike. Perfect for the UK where there are so many double-decker buses.

Dina ... UK said...

Very amusing, funny and I like it...:-)

Carver said...

That bicycle art is wild. I love it and it's perfect for monochrome.

Babooshka said...

This could be a monochrome odd shot. I've seen a few weird things hanging from trees but this tops the lot.

VioletSky said...

That is too funny!

2sweetnsaxy said...

How interesting and unusual. Great capture! I'd like to see someone ride that before I believe it's possible. :-D

kayleen said...

Some people really have active imaginations!

Paz said...

LOL! Cute!

Paz

Anne said...

:-0 havent seen anything like this!!! So strange and so nice.

RuneE said...

Not the easiest on to take into the traffic! Gave a very nice pattern though

calonyddaear said...

You should have doubled that on OddShots.
One bike I would cry-off riding.

Regina said...

Great shot! creative and unique..

Robin said...

Definitely not something you see every day. I wonder if you can actually ride it. If so it would probably cause an accident as everyone else stopped short to gawk!

Kitty said...

Really interesting! I'm trying to work out if it could actually be riden - maybe if you had really long legs?

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Love the picture but wouldn't know what to do with a bike like that!!! A little humor is needed this time of morning!

Anne-Berit said...

He must not be afraid of highs to ride that bike.Great shot.

PERBS said...

Now that is one unique thinker that built that probably of recycled old bikes. I like it!

Charlotte said...

haha cool. Perfect in b/w. haha

Daryl said...

OH that is fabulous .. you should submit it to Odd Shots!

Samantha ~ Holly and Zac ~ said...

Wow.... that is unusual site.

Cool mono!

kaye said...

is that for real?

Sherrie said...

Hi!
Awesome bike!! Great done in B & W. Thanks for stopping by my place. Have a great evening!!

Sherrie

Liz said...

What a great picture! If not a little bit scary! Does someone actually ride that?!

Mojo said...

This would have fit the "Odd Shots" meme as well. What a quirky piece of artwork. Looks like something you'd see at the circus.

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