The light begins to fade at the end of a day of paddling.
I love this picture because it’s completely candid and you can see the authentic happiness in the faces of these guys. Even though you can’t see much of his face, you can tell the man on the right has a big smile.
Two friends head down river at the end of a day of paddling.
One of the Red Bull drivers brakes coming into turn 15 at the Formula 1 race in Austin, Texas.
I photographed this cyclist on Riverside Drive during the Tour de Richmond in October. Positioned across the road with a view of the river, I panned the camera with the passing cyclist to capture this image.
I came across several of these signs when biking a trail in the mountains of Southwest Virginia. I suppose one must know his place when out in the woods. I wonder, if bears could read would they be instructed to yield to anybody?
Cyclists ride in a pace line to save energy. The first time I drafted another cyclist it was immediately obvious why birds fly in formation. These riders are about 15 miles into a century ride in Richmond, Virginia. With 85 miles remaining they are, no doubt, attempting to retain as much of their energy as possible.
Riverside Drive, in Richmond, Virginia, is one of the most scenic spots I know of for cycling. On any given Saturday or Sunday in the summer there are far more cyclists and runners on this road than cars. Although this stretch is flat and runs right along the James River, the road also offers several steep climbs and descents.