I post your pics on Facebook page so that people in my area will get the idea that you don't need a car to do virtually everything and that a bike, fitted properly can do most of what they now do with a car. It'll take time for it to sink in. I'm fighting the Mini-Motown, car-culture here, and they think a car is a necessity and apparently has existed since the beginning of time because they can't conceive of the possibility that any other means of getting things done (like walking, cycling, etc) has ever been used successfully. (How did our ancestors manage!)
I'm also sponsoring a neighborhood bike ride every Sunday, even in cold weather, so that they will see that people actually use bicycles year round--even when it's cold, snowing, blowing, frigid, etc. So, I'm kind of an example for them. Last Sunday, it was 49 degrees F, which, to a cyclist isn't really bad riding weather. The roads were clear. No one showed. It was too cold for them. But, I'm going to continue anyways. Sooner or later, it's going to sink into their skulls that a bicycle is a means of transportation (not just a kid's toy) that is usable year round. In this culture, everyone assumes that anyone on a bicycle in nasty weather is riding out of necessity because they're (obviously) too poor to afford a car. I'm trying to break this sterotype since they know full well that I can afford a car or two or three if I wanted them.
So, keep showing you pics, Duncan, and I'll pass them along.