I’m featuring selections from my street photography album (taken while Traveling at the Speed of Bike) that include American flags each day up until (and including) Election Day. Here’s the eighth. I took it in the […]
I can’t seem to stop visiting the thistle fluff in a magic thistle meadow I discovered over a year ago. A poem may be coming . . . If interested, six of my poems are […]
Poems happen a lot when I’m Traveling at the Speed of Bike. This one, inspired by a magnolia spilling its seeds, is one of six poems in my book. You can find it on page 139 […]
I mention in my book how I buried some friends. Every year when the hydrangeas bloom (as they are doing right now), I am reminded of one of them and this poem I wrote afterwards. […]
So I took this photo yesterday while riding my bike because a magnolia is blooming in October in Atlanta and that’s not normal. I didn’t even notice the lizard until I got home and then […]
There used to be a broken concrete person here, laying amidst detritus and debris. It inspired the third installment of my Poems at the Speed of Bike, which I’ve left in that exact spot (the […]
They say to do something every day that scares you. You’d think that would mean “taking the lane” for a bike rider. But for me, that’s not the scary thing. The scary thing on a […]
Poems at the Speed of Bike from 7MPH are being featured throughout October at Gallery 26 on Belty.