Sunday, June 13, 2010

the 'summer' evening

Riding to work is a convenience but a chore. Running errands by bicycle on the weekend is a practicality. The single best reason to have a bike stashed away in your garage/locker/bedroom? (Yeah ... that last is me. Small apartment.)

The Summer Evening.

(Okay, maybe not just summer, but "The Spring/Summer/Early Fall Evening" is a mouthful. Even high summer here won't be much different than a nice spring evening; there's just more of them in a row.)

Post-barbeque, warm breeze, evening light, and an old movie theatre too far away to walk but not far enough to warrant the car/bus.

We saw the french film Micmacs, by Jean Pierre Jeunet. He made Amelie, Delicatessen, and others. It was, as expected, vivid, quirky, and full of appreciation for the odd.

The theatre was appropriately quirky, too.

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