Saturday, March 1, 2014

But if she stopped to listen, it disappeared

I commuted by bicycle on Friday, and it was good. During the winter the city was spreading gravel to give pedestrians traction, and that is not so good for bicycles, but fortunately on some places the gravel has already been cleaned away.

I bought some new clothing to be used this winter for riding the bicycle, but there hasn't been much use because the cold part of the winter was so short. Also, I bought a new backlight, but now the sun is soon rising early enough so that there is no need for lights any more. However, I don't complain, it is great that spring seems to be starting this early, a month or so before normal.

The photographs were taken in Luomus, the Finnish Museum of Natural History.

(Posting title is from the poem Bones and Shadows by John Philip Johnson.)

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