It looks like E.T's bicycle is stuck on a tree.... :)
Great photo, Sean! Your bicycle made a break for freedom?
If the bike isn't careful it will end up as tree food.
And it seems especially appropriate to link to this joke on this blog.Sorry to hijack your post with hungry trees, Sean, but I just found a whole set of them.
Love it all...From Sean's mystical bicycle trapped in a foggy sky and tree to the robust tree-eating feasts.Finally convinced (by Jams and Sean) to meet Flann O'Brian, wherever he will be.
Sean I am shocked that Sergeant Pluck has not taken the bicycle into custody. Surely it is still a danger to man up there in a tree... or operhaps it's Brian Cowen!
Nevin! You haven't read 'The third Policman, yet?! :)D.E.,thanks. No, no, that's the ominous bicycle; although in the first moment that evening we thought the gate-guardian of near-by Ashford Castle would play safe.Ha ha, Stan. Priceless! Thanks.Claudia,good decision.'wherever he will be'? Tomorrow morning in the wll-sorted bookshop round the corner. :)Jams,it's certainly a danger, for any Irishman's head up there where fox and hare use to wish eachother good night.Cowen? I heard this morning he has resigned and emigrated; to Cowentry, they said.
Clearly:With this bike you have no chanceTo win the Tour de France.Bertus
Ha ha, Bertus!Perhaps Joop Zoetemelk's bike would doto launch a miraculous coup?