Boston Bike To Work Week 1995 in Pictures
Andy Fischer, president of the Bicycle Coalition of Massachusetts, and
Bill Taylor, executive director of EarthWorks, hold forth at Boston City
Hall on Monday.
Jeff Ferris of Ferris Wheels Bicycle Shop talks about the Southwest
Corridor Bike Buddy Program in Copley Plaza on Tuesday.
Suffolk University Professor Emeritus Alfred Maleson was our oldest
commuter; he came on a different unusual bike on each of the five mornings.
Wednesday morning's meeting place downtown was Boston Common.
Free bagels and cream cheese were provided by a different vendor each morning.
Bridget Chase of the Conservation Law Foundation and Steve Winslow of
the Department of Environmental Protection which cosponsored Wednesday's
breakfast on Boston Common.
The pictures were all taken by
Doug Mink on
Seattle Film Works ASA 200 film with a
Konica Big Mini pocket autofocus camera with a 35mm lens. The pictures
came back digitally on a floppy disk in SFW's 640x480x24-bit Pictures
on Disk(tm) format. They were converted to 640x480x24-bit JPEG format
using SFW's PhotoWorks program running under Microsoft Windows on a
486DX33 PC. Transferred on a floppy disk to a Sparcstation LX, the pictures
were cropped, brightened, and converted to 8-bit GIF format--for faster
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