Heap of Bicycles
Redondo Beach, California
May 2, 2016
This is the fifth in an on-going series of journal entries containing a wide assortment of Redondo Beach photographs. I opened the side door and entered my building’s parking garage after my walk around the side streets and alleys of Redondo Beach. The glint of sunlight striking a pile of bicycles caught my attention. Normally the bicycles are more or less neatly lined up in two rows, but this afternoon they appeared to be in a random heap. The last bit of sunlight still made its way through the entrance gates and caught the front end of this heap, illuminating the bright red wheel guard of a single bike. The indistinct jumble of bicycles, the shadows and colors made an interesting picture, resembling some kind of metallic vine twisting and turning in on itself.
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