Friday, January 25, 2019

Yellow Vélo (Weekend Reflections # 487)

St. Louis Missouri

A reflection of a bike from bike-share company ofo, a very short-lived St. Louis bike sharing program participant. ofo entered the St. Louis market last year in April and they were gone by July. So I guess this a rare reflection. ;-)

Have a great weekend!

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12 comments:

Taken For Granted said...

That is a fine looking bike reflection.

Margaret Adamson said...

They did not last long but a good reflection. Thanks for hosting and have a wonderful weekend.

kwarkito said...

have a nice weekend. I like your night reflections

Lydia C. Lee said...

Nice!! Were people dumping them everywhere? That's our problem...

Debbie at Travel with Intent said...

These bikes have been removed from any cities because of vandalism and theft. A very sad similarity around the world.

junieper2 said...

Can imagine some people are not too careful with someone else's bike. Too bad - it seems a great idea!

Linda said...

I suppose they make the bikes look unattractive to deter theft. Of course, someone might want a yellow bike.

Kenneth Cole Schneider said...

Electric scooters are now the craze in Fort Lauderdale, whizzing between pedestrians on the beachfront boardwalk, but they will be banned during "Spring Break" months of March and April. The company will try to survive through the shutdown.

Jim said...

Too bad they could make a go of it. Yellow is sporty for cars, there's quite a few yellow Corvettes around. Color probably wasn't the reason for going out of business. Yellow sure made a fine reflection for you to find.
Have a nice week, :)
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verfuchstundzugenäht said...

Nice!

s.c said...

You have a special eye for it. A good one again.

Thérèse said...

Cela me fait malheureusement penser aux gilets jaunes... ta photo est bien plus créatrice que leurs actions :)