Bicycle ....theme of the day. Worldwide.
For August, it is "BICYCLE."
Her posted picture shows a bike sculpture at River Front Park in North Charleston.
Bright, colorful and eye-catching.
Looking in my files, I came up with a black & white photo of my Dad and his older brother with a bicycle "built for two" that would have to be shared.
Older brother Eddie did seem to have 100% possession at this particular moment.
Both boys are gone now - my Dad (on the right) died in 1998 and would have turned 100 in 2013. Eddie died in the sixties at age 45.
I'm guessing this shot was taken in the 1920s.
Probably with one of those new "Brownie box camera" made by Eastman Kodak.
I had shown this picture before in one of my blogs but it's here again so I can submit it to Daily Photo Blog to help celebrate Bicycle Theme Day.
Thanks for the heads up, Joan.
I see the theme for September 1st will be "Curiosities." Hmmmmm.
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