Crazy Fairbanks weather continues. That didn’t deter some friends and I from doing an art-show bike on Friday, May 3.
Such an important part of photography is taking pictures of everything. I find it an important way to sharpen the eye and make sure my camera’s settings will give me a well-rendered file. The green fence caught my eye, and the complementary color of the red for-sale sign was enough reason for a quick stop.
Green Fence with for-sale sign, May 3, 2013.
Wind and cold soon swept in snow, which fell in large, heavy clumps. Truly spring with a twist.
Snow falls May 3, 2013 in Fairbanks, Alaska.
Spring is also a chance to see what winter left behind. This is most evident in the trash that manifests on roadsides after being forgotten under a blanket of snow all winter. Fairbanks has a community clean-up day, when scores of volunteers take to the streets with bright yellow trash bags helping make the Golden Heart of Alaska clean again. Not uncommon, clean-up day 2013 had to be postponed, and is now scheduled for May 11.
I don’t know what happened for this bike beside the path to become utterly destroyed, but it must not have been enjoyable for the rider.
A beat-up, rusty bike lays along side a bike path in Fairbanks, Alaska.