Portrait with Brompton Bike

I had my portrait (or rather, several) taken yesterday, by , aka Dividenthal, as part of his project to record the cyclists of Birmingham.

We got in touch on the useful Birmingham Cyclists website.

I posed with my beloved Brompton bike, under Lancaster Circus Flyover (52.48598,-1.892513) and by one of my favourite statues, Hebe (52.484438,-1.892175), by (1966).

Thanks to Pete for permission to reproduce the pictures, which are his copyright, all rights reserved.

About Andy Mabbett

Enjoying my freelance career, helping organisations to understand on-line communities, open content, and related issues; often as a Wikimedian (or Wikipedian) in Residence.
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2 Responses to Portrait with Brompton Bike

  1. Dan Slee says:

    Good pictures, great project.

    Love the expression on your face on the top one, Andy. I recall being ‘treated’ to a similar one when I once said something disparaging about bird watching ; )

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