Wednesday, June 09, 2010

The science fiction side of everyday life

The Science Fiction Side of Everyday Life
I shot this Sunday at Ride the Drive. The tonal range and the "Spaceport Moderne" look of the Monona Terrace looming over everything gave it a sort of old science fiction black and white movie vibe, at least for me. I was looking for an appropriate caption, but couldn't think of anything.

Any ideas?

3 comments:

Cybergabi said...

The setting does look very futuristic. Perhaps, one fine day, when the last drop of oil is spilled, this will be the 'regular' way of transportation. Utopia?

Anonymous said...

If you can get your hands on a copy of "Americathon" (or if Netflix has it), watch it. It's a comedic look at a car-less U.S. It's one of those so-bad-it's-good movies.

As for a caption for this: "Bicyclists arrive to save Madison from Frank Lloyd Wright carpeting."

rheumablog said...

BICYCLISTS APPEAR UNCONCERNED as a flying saucer, the first of what would be hundreds, comes in for a landing at Monoma Terrace in Madison, WIS.

Heheh. Nice photo.
-Wren