There were thunderstorms, sweltering heat waves, perfect summer mountain breezes, and blizzards. I photographed lovely people in snowy mountain towns, Caribbean beaches, Kentucky horse farms, rutted dirt roads in the African countryside, Rustbelt cities, National forests, great historic mansions, the shores of the Great Lakes, art galleries and art museums, the Big Apple, the plains of the great Masai Mara, cowboy towns and Midwestern dairy farms.
I edited these images in a Denver coffee shop with a ridiculous smile plastered across my face the whole time. These two just have fun together. Nevermind that it was a balmy 100 degrees that day, or that Crystal had never ridden a tandem bicycle, much less one that is as unruly a hunk of metal as this one. And they were game for a drive to the countryside, game to wander through abandoned sheds and frolic in fields of Black-eyed Susans.