Second Crit in Rome hosted by Bbike!
Laura Plantation is a restored historic Louisiana Creole plantation on the west bank of the Mississippi River near Vacherie, Louisiana, (U.S.). Formerly known as Duparc Plantation, it is significant for its early 19th-century Créole-style raised big house and several surviving outbuildings, including six slave cabins. It is one of only 15 plantation complexes in Louisiana with this many complete structures. Because of its historical importance, the plantation is on the National Register of Historic Places. The site, in St. James Parish, Louisiana, is also included on the Louisiana African American Heritage Trail. (source: Wikipedia)
Happiness is a warm gun
“People are getting insane, they even take pictures at wine bottles now…”
…said a woman stepping in front of my camera, shaking her head, while I was fascinated by the reflection.
Years are passing by, still, I keep noticing we do not ALL see the same thing when we look at something.
A criterium, or crit, is a bike race held on a short course (usually less than 1 mile), often run on closed-off city center streets.
Race lenght was 950m x 15 laps (14,25 km), it was held in Rome last saturday night between viale Guglielmo Marconi and Lungotevere Dante (Ostiense area) on fixed-gear bicycles, hosted by Bbike Tomorrow team.