Meet Christina

When I offered to teach a Bike AT Work Day class for women at noon on Bike TO Work Day, and “Kip the Concierge Extraordinaire from Colony Square” (a Midtown Atlanta live/work/play development two blocks from Piedmont Park) offered to promote it, I imagined office workers taking a lunchtime break to learn a few bike skills around the…

Bike to work day

Gosh, has it been a year already since I road-tested a bike commute for National Bike to Work Day in the corporate-headquarters-heavy part of metro Atlanta where I live? Find out what happened here. This year, I’m actually teaching a Bike AT Work Day class. Stay tuned for update!

A gift to your future self

This is a senior riding a bike in the suburb-city where I live, on a main road that is one of the flattest and most direct to many places but which has either too-narrow unprotected bike lanes or none at all (on a road with a posted speed limit of 35 mph that is commonly…

In a city known as Terminus

Since we’re talking Stranger Things Happen, I thought you might enjoy the intro to it. In a city originally known as Terminus, there is a new path forward. And when people who would never have met otherwise cross paths, stranger things happen. There is a girl with a glockenspiel. She comes at night. She hangs…

Earning my “see” legs

This photo is from Day 1 of a school-year-long project I did titled Around Atlanta in 180 Days (take a peek!). That’s when I first threw my bike, laptop, and camera in the car and started riding my bike around the cities of Decatur and Atlanta, Georgia every day because my younger daughter was going to a…

Feet up, folks

Sometimes you just gotta ride through the puddles in life. Feet up, folks! See here for links to buy my book, Traveling at the Speed of Bike, on Amazon in all global markets. I’m an indie author and your support is greatly appreciated. A portion of proceeds from the sale of all books is donated…

Loitering

In the past five years, in this weird stage of my life where I’ve been waiting for my younger daughter all over metro Atlanta (and other cities) or otherwise killing time (granted, while shooting street photography, riding bikes, and writing books), I do a helluva lot of loitering (a nebulous term, at best— most likely…

Gone fishin’

Every so often I take a month off of Facebook. I’m currently in the middle of one of them. It feels like I’ve gone fishin’, like in these selections from my street photography.