103 Snaps Of People I Passed While Biking One Saturday Afternoon Across The Valley

A few weeks ago I posted the first in what may become an occasional series of a large group of snaps of people passed while biking, that one featuring 89 images captured along the strand between Hermosa Beach and the Ballona Creek Bridge.

Today I bring you the second such crop, this one comprised of 103 shots of people encountered on a 16-mile stretch starting at the Chandler Bikeway in Burbank, all the way to the end of the Orange Line Bikeway in Woodland Hills. These were taken two Saturdays ago while biking from Silver Lake all the way up among the rocky tops of Chatsworth and back, so that I might be a part of my grandson’s 1st birthday, and further facilitate acceptance of the actual fact that I am a grandfather.

The Flickr photoset of the above images — once again heavily fauxtoshopped to achieve a stylized semi-illustrative effect — can be viewed here.

2 Replies to “103 Snaps Of People I Passed While Biking One Saturday Afternoon Across The Valley”

  1. Indeed Kevin, yet another episode of how I’m not down with OPP, or at least certain twisted misinterpretations of it. Just wait ’til I get bored of the great outdoors and take to biking through strangers’ bedrooms and bathrooms!

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