“A good snapshot stops a moment from running away.”
— Eudora Welty, American short story writer and novelist, 1909-2001
I’ve already posted on this blog several batches of photographs shot by myself and other riders on the trek. With your forebearance, I’ll post a few more from among the hundreds that Kami shot.
Most of the photos include myself. Others were included to give some idea of the varied terrain encountered during a bicycle ride across the United States.
I particularly like the photo that shows three of our riders as tiny specks on a landscape of rolling range land and majestic mountains in southern New Mexico. I like it so much, in fact, that I’m using it for a time as the “header” photo on this blog.
Kami has posted her full album of photos from the cross-country ride on Facebook, and I, in turn, also posted them on my Facebook Profile page.
Ahhh, as I sit at a computer on a beautiful spring day in Fort Worth — and as those magical moments of last fall slip away — I can’t help but wish I were back on my bike riding across a continent.