… thanks to Nicholas Haig-Arack for this one. For some back-story, check out the homie Bicycle Pubes and make sure you check out more of Nicholas’ work, swoop one of his Mudman patches, visit Crossiscoming and follow him on Instagram.
One of the first big trips I’m working on for 2017 involves the roads of my favorite place on Earth. I can’t wait to have cyclists in all my recent Death Valley photos. Until then, enjoy the weekend and stay warm!
This time of year, the idea of leaving the bike at home and swapping mountains for man-made monuments was very appealing, especially coming off a trip to Tasmania and showing my mom around Death Valley for three days. I’d become inundated with nature and London was going to be the perfect destination this time of year. (more…)
I may not be the best raconteur but every photo I take tells the story for its intended audience. Or at least I hope that’s the case. When Bicycling pinged me to pull together their 2017 Calendar, they asked about the back-story for a few of the images. In a haze from cold medicine, I hopped on the phone with Lydia Tanner to explain what exactly was going on…
Thank you, London for giving me much needed perspective, some time off from cycling and an opportunity to express my love for dense, urban fabric through photography. While I didn’t get to do anything cycling-related, it did make me want to get back to document many of the shops, makers and builders in the UK.
Now, a serious question: any interest in seeing a gallery from my travels?
I’ve been in London all weekend for a wedding and our flat’s wifi went out, making getting work done quite difficult. It’s back now, so things will commence tomorrow as normal. Thanks for your patience!
As the sun sets over the Funeral Mountains, the Borax Hills glow a bright, almost fluorescent yellow. I spent the past weekend exploring the back roads of Death Valley National Park, showing my mother my favorite place on Earth and tying in some reconnaissance for a bike trip in February. Hopefully this image blows your mind as much as the moment did to mine.
My legs are still tingling from Tasmania and on Monday, we’ll wrap up our coverage with a killer photo gallery from Blue Derby, Tassie’s premiere mountain bike park. ‘Til then, get out and enjoy the weekend!
… from Justin Balog and the team at Squadra Avventura. Make sure you check this one out.
What happens when you take a night time allergy remedy and fall asleep in a dark room after battling jetlag all day? You wake up at 11am. I didn’t get a chance to look through content yesterday and woke up realllllly late today. Apologies! We’ll get back up to speed this afternoon.