New York Times sports reporter
Fans prepping for the peloton to ride by. Making themselves comfortable. #tdf
An unusual mountaintop sighting. #tdf
Not a bad view, from the car or the bike. Stage 8 had some spectacular scenery. #tdf
The first climb of Stage 8 came soon after the start. #tdf
A cycling sculpture on the way out of Andorra La Vielle. (Tour riders have slightly less body fat.) #tdf
A member of the publicity caravan, wearing his own form of camouflage. #tdf
Rinaldo Nocentini, the man in the yellow jersey, riding to the sign in. #tdf
The start in Andorra, a town filled with duty-free shops. #tdf
Here's a license you don't see very often. Stage 8 started here this AM. #tdf
Reporters took a very steep ride on a ski lift to get to the finish line. #tdf
Johan Bruyneel after Stage 7, talking about the team's strategy. #tdf
Three loyal Lance Armstrong fans waiting and waiting by his team car.
Danny Pate of Garmin is one good sport. 30 seconds after the stage, he posed for a fan photo.
Reporters on the mountaintop watching the finish as the riders head their way. #tdf
The post-race scrum of reporters around Lance Armstrong, Stage 7.
The winding course of Stage 7 had six switchbacks. #tdf
View of one of the hairpin turns of Stage 7. #tdf
Grafitti on the roads leading to the mountaintop, Stage 7. #tdf
Fans working hard to leave their mark on Stage 7. #tdf
Driving along the course through Andorra this afternoon. #tdf
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