Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge

Together with my husband, last Saturday I have ‘officially’ opened my race cycling season. It was a beautiful sunny day, with light wind and magic blue skies.

We followed a light track from Amsterdam, via Ijburg, to Muiden, just to warm up for further rides in the next weeks.

Whenever possible I took some photos with an iPhone 6, as I was preparing to join Sally’s challenge on Nature. Ok, that’s not only nature that you’re going to see here, as I couldn’t resist to let you see all views during the ride.  Enjoy it.

Click on the photos to enlarge it.

I am joining Lens and Pens by Sally, who hosts each Monday the Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge.

The schedule theme for this week’s challenge is: Nature


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48 thoughts on “Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge

  1. What sort of racing do you do, Lucile? Bill goes more for the long rides. He went on a 22-mile one tonight and at the beginning of June, we’re going to South Dakota, where he’ll ride about 100 miles in 2 days. I’ll be driving. 🙂 You have a beautiful place to train.



    1. I don’t join official races as we do it for fun only. We like longer rides. This ride was short, about 30km only and I hope to do more as the weather improves.
      Have you ever joined your husband?
      He seems to be a pro!
      Yes, we have a flat country with beautiful cycle paths. That’s helping the motivation! 😉


  2. Here is the deal: one week of water sports for one of cycling in the fresh air? what do you think? Enjoy the season, hope the rains won’t bother you too long!XXX


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