This is my neighborhood, Allentown. To me, it feels sort of like a village within the city. I’ve lived here for about 15 years, but I’ve hung out here for many years prior. Anyhow, I was on my way home from work this evening. It was snowing lightly, and there was barely a wind in the air. I could feel the snowflakes on my face and hear my tires as I pedaled and coasted. I felt (feel) gratful; the scene in front of me was beautiful. So I stopped and snapped a couple photos as I straddled my bike. And here’s one of them. If you’d like, click the photo for a larger view.
The view from my handlebars 1.20.16
January 21, 2016
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