Voilà une photo intéressante. Il faut toujours avoir l'esprit en éveil pour réaliser un bon cliché.Bon week-end, Genie!
This brings me right back to the crazy traffic of Paris! Ahh! Thanks Genie.
Just like in Tom Petty's "Great wide open" video
The sushi shop might have trouble delivering. not long now :) x
Great title. The Sushi Shop would not have been happy. Nothing another cup of saki wouldn't fix.
Made me laugh - I guess I wouldn't be laughing if they were my bikes!!
The photo makes me want to lean to one side.
It would be tough extricating one from the middle of the pile. Excellent photo!
Too funny! (Does this mean you're already there?! I hope so!)
Great, funny photo! Love It in B&W.
EARLY on a Sunday morning?? You're the early riser, I"m the night owl! :)V
Great black and white photography !
Richard -- Merci... C'est vraiBrittany -- I did wonder just how this little accident happenedjb -- Hummmm....Suzi -- I think that the shushi shop will be quite unhappy with this scene... I did not linger after my photo lest I be accused!Joe -- A bit early for saki that morning but I do not think that there was any damage more than a few scratchesDianne -- My first thought was... avalanche!Andi -- Merci, mon amie!Andy -- It does the same to me - hah!Tena -- Yes, I think that they will have to start at the end and work toward the middleAA -- No, but almost!!Marie -- To me, it seemed more like a b&w crime scene - haha!Virginia -- In Paris, I burn the candle at both ends (but probably not 3am)Belgium -- Merci, mon amie - bon weekend!
The city equivalent of cow-tipping? Wonder if some kids came along the night before and just couldn't resist playing dominoes with these scooters.
Great title! :-)
Alexa -- You are too funny! However, you may be right... It would be very tempting to just give a little push or bump...JM -- Merci, José!
Lots of Black and white images in blogland today. This is great but I would be tempted to give them a push and watch them fall like dominoes.
A sushi shop that delivers? Interesting.
great foto, genie. bet it wasn't fun for the owners to untangle that mess~
Hope they don't fall.
O, dear, looks like the bikes in Amsterdam. Big city problems.
Ooops! I was thinking they were pizza bikes, another Dominoes reference. ;)
Beautifully captured, reminds me of the cluttered streets of Varanasi in India!!Have a lovely Sunday :)
Perfect title and I love the b&w version. Yes I do remember Quick Draw McGraw, it used to be one of my favorites.
I can picture a couple of drunk young French guys and one strong kick a few hours earlier. Peut-être? :)
Picturit -- Yes, and that's exactly what might have happened... no resistance to some temptation.Starman -- Yes, I thought that too!Amanda -- I did not hang around to find out! eeekBirgman -- I think that all but the last two did already!biebkriebels -- I do think that the bikes are less of a hazard than the abundance of carsHalcyon -- Verrrrry good, my friend!Arti -- Well, now, that is another place I must seeRandy -- Knowing your recent birthday, I thought that you might have known QDMcG -- The b&w here just seemed to go with the scene.James -- Oh yes... I can visualize just the scene!
Definitely the work of le prankster extraordinaire!!!I've taken many shots of rows of Vespers and such, even one pink one! But never a row of tipsy bikes!!!
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