Saturday, 7 April 2012

Cycling Around the World

Hello world,

Today we set out to journey across the wold on bicycles. First stop, the old capital city of Siam, Ayutthaya. Here, we rest our bikes as we wander around these charred temples and buildings.

(Taken with a Nikon D300)

Moving onto Indonesia we let these boys relax on our bikes as they laugh, talk and pose like superstars. 

(Taken with a Nikon D300)

From Indonesia we pedal on to India, Bombay. As we walk around the city, we see these  rather rusty old bikes ...

(Taken with a Nikon D300)

To be able to present ourselves in the public, we paint our bikes a bright, happy red colour. The colour representing this vibrant, ever awake city. A hero.

(Taken with a Nikon D300)

Cycling on, we decide to repaint our bikes blue. We lean our newly coloured bikes against a wall of an old bulding, while we get some food before our next long journey...

(Taken with a Nikon D300)

After a very long and tiring journey across Asia and Europe, we end up in the great city of Warsaw. This capital of Poland is home to the old and the new architecture. 

(Taken with a Nikon D300)

Leaving our bikes by a lamppost, we go ahead and explore Warsaw's "Old Town". Rebuilt after the war, the "Old Town" is home to great old buildings with cafes and restaurants lining up the streets.

(Taken with a Nikon D300)

Leaving this city behind, we set out on our bikes West, to Berlin. 

(Taken with a Lomo LC-A+)

As we reach Berlin, we set our bikes aside by a tree as we watch these Navy men walk past. Tired from our journey across the continents, we have one last place to reach. The World's End. 

(Taken with a Diana F+)

We finish our  journey at the world's end... London, Camden to be more preceice. Let us sit down for a beer or two and tell our tales of temples, burned cities and wonders of the world. 

Till later world. 

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