The Strava Artists II

Little did I know I was bumping into a tip of iceberg when I wrote about the Strava artists couple of months ago. Tip of the iceberg, that’s what I can say my earlier post is. I realized I’ve hit a jackpot when Bret Lobree shared a whole lot of Strava art. Here you go, bring you a second set of Strava artists. Space Invader by Jeremy Thorsness (http://www.strava.com/segments/6467914) 7-11 by Bret Lobree (http://www.strava.com/activities/66408041 – created on July 11th) One more by Bret Lobree – Nyan Cat (http://www.strava.com/activities/99770600) This is how Chris Phipps wishes Happy Halloween (http://www.strava.com/activities/92459614) And Bret responds with Dia de los Muertos (Day of the dead) (http://www.strava.com/activities/92569030) […]

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The Strava Artists

I came across the above ride map on my Facebook timeline. A little bit of searching around I landed on the Strava activity of this mammoth ride done by David Taylor. Considering the planning, preparation, and the actual riding of 341 KMs – it is a commendable job done by David (link to the ride activity – http://www.strava.com/activities/197409492/). While going through the comments on David’s activity, I came across few more artists who had tried to come up with interesting art via their rides. Below are few of them – The Elephant by Joris Meijer – http://www.strava.com/activities/164861730/overview Why did the chicken cross the road map by Bret Lobree — http://www.strava.com/activities/97090517 […]

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Back to reading spree

When I am travelling (read: while not driving/riding), I can do only two things – reading or sleeping. Continuous movement of the vehicle feels like a cradle to me. If I don’t have a book in my hands, and even if scenery outside the window is breathtaking, I can keep my eyes open for few minutes or maximum half an hour. Close to two and half to three hours commuting on a daily basis from/to office meant a book in hand always. Two-three years ago, I thought of and tried reading 50 books in one calendar year – that’s almost one per week. I was on track for five months […]

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