Goggle View

January 17, 2009

Seeing through yellow tinted goggles makes the world a brighter and warmer place. Here’s a series of photographs taken through my cycling goggles, a contraption proving to be quite useful when cycling in -5°C and below weather.

Railway bridge over Wyndham Street in Guelph

Royal City Park is especially beautiful in the winter.

The incline on Gordon Street is much harder to overcome in colder air.

Getting ready to leave the apartment and face the bitter cold. Good sunshine offers an uplifting respite.

How does frost form on the goggles? Heavy sweat and -27°C (-16°F) air and 25kph winds, of course.

Part of the Cycling Trips series →

Felled by a rock

A bike trip to Point Pelee

Lazy Summer Ride

Time to Ride