A Story in Pictures: Ride to Work/Solstice 2016

Monday was one of the best Mondays I’ve had while still going to work. All it took was some crazy and motivation. I wrote about it a couple of days ago, but I did not share everything. Mostly I left out some of the lesser details, and a lot of pictures. Here’s all of the pictures I took through out the day.

The Moon was still pretty high in the sky as I got ready to leave. It was just after 5AM when I got on the road.

The moon again, making its final descent. The sea of fog coming in off the Pacific Ocean was pretty amazing. I’m just glad I didn’t have to ride in it any longer than I did.

I wish this panorama was bigger. just hard to capture it all.

My first chance to get a picture of the sunrise. Just peaking out over the very distant East Bay hills.

This is supposedly a scenic outlook, not much to see here. I took a picture anyway.

This is my favorite from the day. The sun reflecting off the fog/smog was beautiful. Nice motorcycle as well.

If you look really hard you can kind of see the moon in this.

The Stanford Overlook. That’s a very expensive school down there. Normally not worth stopping to take a picture. I do like how this one turned out though.

Pretty disappointing turn out for Ride to Work Day. These guys are here everyday.

Obligatory selfie with the new helmet on.

This is my normal ride home. Not so bad really.

The Bike back in the garage.

Home at last. A mirror to the first image.



About MotoCynic

I started riding motorcycles in 2006, and there is no going back. I've ridden more than 100,000 miles, most of it on a Ducati Monster, and despite setbacks and murderous BMW's I'm loving every mile.
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3 Responses to A Story in Pictures: Ride to Work/Solstice 2016

  1. motoventures says:

    I LOVE the Standford Overlook image….really really nice!

  2. Pingback: Ride to Work Day | Motorcycles and the Cynic

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