Wednesday, February 29, 2012

#29 #29in29 Moto Brain

This is what your brain looks like when you are addicted to everything motorcycle.  (it's only plastic) Heh, heh, heh, I can hear some of you now - "Ewwww that is gross" I know, but it's day 29 in Fuzzy Galore's #29in29 photo blog challenge I have had a lot of fun venturing forth with the camera and have been wracking my brain to find different things to take pictures of.  So what does one do when they work in a brain doctor's office - you look around and find props and this happened to be sitting on the shelf.

I was reading a study that was posted on the web about motorcyclists who ride daily they seem to have better cognitive function and critical thinking skills.  We all knew that though didn't we?!  So while some are toiling away a Suduko I think I will go find a good twisty road to ride.  Yup I am definitely moto addicted.




5 comments:

Trobairitz said...

Very creative. A good way to end the 29in29. Nice use of props.

I didn't know you worked for a brain doctor. I could tell in one of your office pictures it looked like end tab charts behind you, but that's all I could tell.

SonjaM said...

Great finale! Although you had me first at ewww gross!
Nice to work for somebody with a brain isn't it? Especially when it is so handy.
I love the last pic for its message: motorcycling as centre of the universe. Thanks, Dar for an awesome virtual ride through the last month.

Dar said...

Trobairitz - Yesterday I was thinking about today's picture and then saw the brain on the shelf. LOL that sounds weird "brain on the shelf". Yup I've worked in the medical field & my doc for 20 years now. WOW! Loved your pics & posts!

Sonja - thanks Sonja. It has been very interesting working in this business. I have to wait for the weather to get nice to get Scarlet under that sign. I have enjoyed reading your blog and looking at your pics too!

bluekat said...

ha ha, funny!
I'm with you, heck with sudoku, let's ride!

Dar said...

Bluekat - I will take riding any day over Suduko, even in the rain.