Monthly Archives: September 2021
I’m a little under the weather right now, not sure if it’s just a change-of-season cold or allergies or what, but I did manage to drag myself out of bed this morning to visit Bikes & Breakfast in Clifton. You just never know what you’re going to see down there! Like a Bassett Hound in a sidecar for instance…
Before I walked into town with my camera, I parked in the town’s parking lot and got some drone photos and footage, with some taken from as low as about 80 feet. When I did go in, I chatted with some folks I know and asked if they had noticed the drone – they had not. I’ll be working on posting some of the footage over the next few days.
This is a really cool gathering with a diverse crowd of motorcycles and their owners. You see a little bit of everything from really nice vintage bikes to modern bikes of every style, and all things in between. The owners are as eclectic at the bikes. If you’re ever looking for something to do on a Sunday, specifically the second Sunday of each month, it’s worth the trip just to walk around for a little bit, and maybe step back in time.
With the addition of drone work and embracing my interest in street photography, it should be easier to make consistent blog posts.
Easier, but not easy. I still work a full time job, but I am resolved to make time for what I love!
This photo is of the dam at Lake Jackson outside of Manassas. I grew up just around the corner, on the left side, and spent may hours above the dam, below the damn, even climbing over the barbed wire to sneak across the dam. I never got to see it from quite this angle.
Be on the lookout for new work, I hope you will enjoy it.