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Wet Ride

Slip -n – Ride

My grandfather use to always say, “back in my day I use to walk 5 miles to school, knee deep in the snow.” This shot kind of reminded me of that. As I was leaving, I saw these two bikes sitting out in the downpour so I went and took a couple of shots. As I took them I thought of the kids who would be soon riding them home in the downpour. No telling how far they had to ride. But regardless they were/are certain to get drenched. May 14, 2012

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