A man seemed very anxious to talk yesterday when he saw my friend and me pointing at one of the newest ghost bikes in the USA across the street from the protected bike lane where we […]
Seems I’ve amassed quite the collection of ghost bike photos, from not just Atlanta but New York City, Pittsburgh, and Boston as well. This is not the kind of collection I want to continue. When […]
Am working on my annual “Street Photography: Best of . . . ” selections (most of which were taken while Traveling at the Speed of Bike). Here’s where I’m at.
I don’t pick the locations for my found-space exhibits. They pick me. This one picked me awhile ago and has just been waiting for me to catch up with it. I rode by again the […]
Now that my book is done, what’s next on this journey? It’s uncharted waters ahead. An updated resume may help. Here goes:
This man, David Mathews, placed the newest ghost bike memorial in the USA this morning for a “fallen rider” named Andrew Whitlock who was killed by the driver of a motor vehicle in Atlanta just […]
I decided to make the epilogue available for free. The new cover of the book is live on Amazon in all global markets, and the quick-read book is instantly downloadable to any device via the […]
I took this photo just yesterday while riding Sharey to show how barriers on multiuse paths could stop a motor vehicle from entering it, such as just happened last week in New York City, resulting […]