I have good news for those of you who stopped by the Minneapolis Bicycle Coalition’s “bike in” photo booth during Open Streets – your portrait is ready to download! It’s free, just CLICK HERE. You’ll be redirected to a Flickr set containing all of the photographs from the day.
Below are step-by-step instructions:
- Find and click on your picture.
- From the “actions” menu above the photograph, choose “view all sizes.”
- Choose a size and click download.
Despite a strong wind that blew my background over and almost took our tent away, I think the photographs turned out great. (See some of my favorites below.) I had so much fun meeting everyone who stopped by the photo booth. A big thank you goes out to all the volunteers who helped hold down the tent and kept my gear from blowing down Lyndale Avenue. Once again, Open Streets was a huge success, and I can’t wait for next year’s event.
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Because the windy weather forced me to close down the photo booth early I had time to stroll south Lyndale Avenue near my home and enjoy the last hour of Open Streets. I saw people dancing in the street and a group of guys making and giving away cotton candy. I stopped by my favorite retailers, June and belle weather, to check out their sidewalk sales, and I listened to some great music at Twin Town Guitars. I loved watching the Nice Ride “slow” races, too. Open Streets is one of my favorite summertime events. When I’m walking or riding my bike, especially with hundreds of other people, I really feel connected to my community and the things my neighborhood offers. But most importantly, it is simply a whole lot of fun.