It’s really amazing how you manage to get every-one on the picture so …. real. Life seems good when I look at your photos, and so diverse. How was your trip on the bike Michael? Easier to keep on the road then the mercedes I guess 😉 Enjoy the last part of the trip!
Hi Michael, I LOVE these pictures!!
Enjoy the last couple of days, hopefully they will a bit easier for you. Paris will be a big party….wish I could be there!
Thanks, Suzanne (Thijs’ girlfriend)
Looks like an eclectic bunch.
You capture some good subtle expressions.
I have the sudden urge for pastry – heading to Paul’s on South Beach straight away.
You have truly captured the features that I think of when France is the subject. The gentle curves, the peaks, the valleys, the warm tones, the natural beauty.
Your talking about that last picture right?
No I was talking about the countryside.
The girl in the picture? I choked on my coffee and it shot out my nose when I saw the picture. 😉
There is nothing like hammering up a nice peak earning a nice gentle slide down into the Valleys.
Don’t even get me started on the southern areas.
Yes, now I can see why the french are so famous for their tarts, and what a lovely pair you have captured in your last pic Michael, I bet you couldn’t wait to get stuck in!
Nice set of natural portraits of the team, just off the bikes by the hair and dirty faces, a bunch of happy lads doing a great job for such a worthy cause. The girls along to keep the spirits up and I’m sure there will be questions asked about the last image, by quite a few ladies back home, a lovely looking dessert. Oooh La La.