I guess it's right! Many years ago at a high school' English class, we had a discussion about a bike moving 60 mph (showing my age) pass a building. You could also say the building moved 60 mph pass the bike. It's about your point of reference.
Thanks for clearing it up for me Peter.
Murray (Muz), a close friend is dying from cancer. He has been fighting it for about 10 years now. In other words, he got an extra ten years of life. But in the last few months, especially the last two weeks, his condition has deteriorated drastically. He and his wife are relocating back to their family home. Two days ago was, and will be, the last I will see of him.
Muz told me that the guys in the fishing boat must wear life-jackets because the boat is under 5 metres long. So now they are wearing inflatable life-jackets.
A few months ago Muz told me that I must include a bike rider into the diorama. Now seems to be the best time to do so. Yesterday I asked him to email me a photo of him with his bike.
I plan to add Muz, and his bike, onto the bridge, waiting and waving good-bye from the traffic lights.
So far I got the bike built.
Not yet my friend. Since time seems to fly faster as we get older, I may soon be on the bridge paying toll to cross the river too.
Perhaps I'll make another bike-rider set and have it stashed away in the museum office, for the occasion.
G'day Peter Absolutely amazing. The details in Muz's figure and his bike are so lifelike at any size, but when I saw it on the paint lid my mind boggled to see how small it really is,......it's, ......it's,