Here we see the QB in it's natural habitat . . . lurking in the grass, waiting for it's prey to wander past . . . soon it will spring in to action, loping ever faster . . .
Quickbeam...You make my heart sing..Ahh-aahh..QuickbeamYou make ev erything...Groovy!Quickbeam, I think I love you.But, I gotta know for sure..(Or, was that not the Wild Thing reference that you meant to make?)
Thanks, Jon, for getting that song stuck in my head for...who knows how long?I know what I'll be singing on the next ride.
Beautiful pictures Mr P! I thoroughly enjoy the blog, it's pictures and adventures. Thanks.
Apparently, they get around. What the heck is all that green stuff?
I really enjoy the contrasts of the orange frame and green grass. It's neat to see how it brings out the artsy/creative side of some of your readers. By the way, is that grass being bent by wind or is it just growing that way? We've been having gusts of over 40 mph here today...no riding for me :(
Certainly much nicer than the QB leaning up against the coyote!
Yeah, the QB looks better in all that green stuff blowing in the wind than next to that brownish coyote hanging on the fence. With today's wind, 25-35mph with 40mph gusts, I think that grass would be laying over much farther. Glad I got out yesterday.
I envy all of that grass...
Hi- I was struck by the lighting and the grass too. Soft hues but quite vibrant. I like how taller grasses give a certain animation to the landscape. I agree too,the bike looks very natural.
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