Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting

This week’s photo challenge from WordPress is on the subject of: FLEETING.

As a very amateur photographer (make that “picture taker”), I was able to practice this concept this weekend as I ran support vehicle for two cyclists who rode somewhere between 160-180 miles to raise awareness & funds towards Imagine No Malaria. I realized, even on a long and challenging bike ride such as this, each turn of the pedal is a fleeting second from one place to the next; and finding a suitable backdrop setting as they travel through is continually fleeting, particularly with traffic also popping up in an untimed manner – albeit it is exciting when a beautiful one (or an unexpected interaction) crops up!

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I know they wished this mountain climb was more fleeting than it was! (Check out the rising fog from between the mountain ridges that was ever changing during this rain shot.)

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Don’t miss the water droplets splashing up from the road behind each of the riders as the fleeting downpour subsides.

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Their ride past these wildflowers was more fleeting than the summer blooms themselves.

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A few fleeting seconds of unexpected posing fun for the camera!

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