Sunday, July 31, 2011

Bike Stands at the ROM 4


I thought I would head back to the ROM (Royal Ontario Museum) for some more of their bike racks. This one representing their fossil collection is a Trilobite which is a group of extinct marine arthropods found on all the modern continents. Actually more than 20,000 species of trilobites have been placed - the most diverse group of animals in the fossil record. And it makes a great bike stand!

11 comments:

LĂșcia said...

I love your bike stands shots!
They are so fantastic I'd love to have one of these at home. ;-)

Lesley said...

These are such a great collection of bike stands. It is tricky getting a good photo when cars and bikes and other colours get in the way, but you have done well!

Madge said...

Fossilized it makes beautiful jewelry too...

Randy said...

Excellent design.

Jack said...

I remember several of your previous bike stands. It is cool that bike stands are provided in an artistic way.

Birdman said...

Ya, but where does my bike go? I'm a bit confused here. hahahaha

PerthDailyPhoto said...

"Fabulous fossils Batman!!" what an amazing idea Red and so perfect for parking a bike outside the museum!! excellent find!

Sharon said...

Now that is an interesting bike rack. I love it.

JM said...

This is so cool! I really like this idea.

Steffe said...

I want one!

EG Wow said...

Wonderful!