Photos from this year’s ride. I’d made a little rain-coat for my camera out of a plastic bag and packing tape in preparation for what most predictors said would be a morning-long monsoon – but didn’t need it after all. Turned out to be not so bad as forecasted. The 60 milers got a good soaking, but by 9 o’clock when the 30 milers rolled out the rain had mostly passed. The day ended up sunny and gorgeous.
Try to be kind when you’re looking through these and see shaky or out of focus shots – I’m primarily a photographer of architecture; not used to subjects that move around like bikers do.
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These are only about a quarter of the hundreds of photos I took at the second annual Tour de Brew in Kansas City. Laurie Chipman will soon have them all in hand and might be persuaded to post every one someplace they can be seen. And please, as you’re squinting at some blurry image you suspect is probably you, go easy on your pinhead photographer – he normally does architecture which doesn’t move around nearly so much as a thousand bikers do.
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Laurie Chipman is licking stamps (figuratively speaking, of course – she knows perfectly well they’re peel-and-stick) and mailing out announcements for the coolest ride in the city. Mark your calendars and begin visualizing nicer weather!
I’ve been invited back to take photos again this year, though I’m really torn – wanting to ride.. Maybe I can find a good, corrosive-sweat-resistant underwater camera case…