Walkin’ The Tracks

My week off the bike, mentally protesting the return of winter, continued this past weekend with a small town walk about that took me along the tracks. I absolutely love photographing trains. There are so many little stories and so much amazing grunge typography to shoot. I wish I had these opportunities more often.

The following are some of my favorites from my time walking the tracks.

Thanks for looking.

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An Afternoon With Cycling’s Past

I recently had the chance to spend some time rummaging through a friend’s collection of antique and vintage bicycles. I took along my Nikon D500 with the Sigma 17mm‑50mm F/2.8 lens on to get some shots of these beautiful old machines from cycling’s past. The video below is a collection of what I shot.

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Finding It

It’s pissed down rain for 24+ hours here in central Michigan; rivers are rising, locusts are descending, etc., etc. Because of that I found myself in the basement doing stuff rather than out on the dirt roads with my bike and camera. Despite looking out at the cold rain most of the day I found a couple worthwhile shots to satisfy my itchy shutter finger.

Looking forward to dryer, but cooler, days ahead.

A Black & White Fave

I don’t take, er process, a lot of my photos in black and white, but every so often I take a pic that just looks better to me in black and white. This is one of those pics, taken while out riding on Rosebush Road north of town last weekend.

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