As the year comes to a close, I’m going to divide my annual reflection in two — this week are some of my favorite smartphone pictures from the past year. Next week will be a review of some highlights and lowlights, both on and off the bike.

These are in no particular order and open to interpretation.

Some came from my daily rides, others for my daily walks, and a few more from hanging around the house.

Feel free to share in the comments below, which ones you like and why.

Rather than note or caption them, i’ll leave that up to you.

Okay, there’s a few that I manipulated out of an of excess creativity or boredom, not sure.

If you’ve made it this far, thank you for taking the time.

I am reminded of a quote from author and naturalist, James Prosek…

“If you’re not looking for it, you probably won’t see it…“

I actually own a very nice camera. I haven’t touched it since 2015. Honestly, I’m not even sure where it is. Smartphone photography suits me.

This is what I think about when I ride… Jhciacb

This week by the numbers…

Bikes Ridden: 4

Miles: 125

Climbing: 5,500’

Mph Avg: 16,0

Calories: 7,900

Seat Time: 09 hours 35 minutes

Whether you ride a bike or not, thank you for taking the time to ride along with me today. If you haven’t already, please scroll up and subscribe. If you like what you read, give it a like and a share. If not, just keep scrollin’. Oh, and there’s this from Wooden Shjips. Enjoy…

6 thoughts on “The Spoke In Review Part I: Favorite Photos Of 2021..

  1. Keep on snapping away you shutter bug. You have a keen eye capturing the subject matter framing it through the view finder. It’s more than the point and shoot. It’s Not that easy, and you do it well delivering fine images. I have an appreciation of your craft. My years of studying art ,photography and years in the printing world, I enjoy your composition of words and photography. I thank you bunches for sharing this with us. Sincerely.

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    1. Thank you, very much. They were all taken with an iPhone 11, and with the exception of a few photo manips in the middle, there were never any color adjustments made, only occasional contrast adjustments.

      And yes, it was a Halloween scarecrow, and he never post any danger to me that I’m aware of…

      Thank you for taking the time!

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