So, don’t hold on to your bikes if you are not going to ride them. The local bike shops can’t keep inventory and if they have something, it may be really high end as my VP found out when trying to find some mountain bikes for he and his kids and their vacation trip to Colorado. If I was 15, I would have said, wait a year and put the money into a car, but that’s me. I have one more bike I am tuning up and will most likely keep. That’s my Mongoose Pro 2007 Otero MTB. I have Continue reading A Seller’s Market for Bicycles
Last weekend I was asked to help photograph the Tour De Cure again after a couple of years away from this ride. Hats off to the participants, some of whom rode both days from Cary to Aberdeen on Saturday and back on Sunday. I saw lots of familiar faces and was truly astounded by the fundraising efforts of the champions who are are pictured here. This weekend I had to pleasure to photograph my niece Raven and her boyfriend Andrew on the way to their high school prom. She will hate me for this, but I can’t resist the opportunity for Continue reading Two Weekends Shooting (Photos)
The photos from this year’s Step Out walk are located here. Thanks to all of the volunteers, walkers and sponsors for making the event a success. All photos at my PerformancePixel.com may be downloaded for free/no charge. So don’t use the order prints feature unless that offers a convenient means for you to get them. The prices for prints that are ordered is the cost that the lab charges with no markup from me. Again, thanks for your support of the walk. It was great to see so many families supporting loved ones with diabetes.
Thanks to all of the volunteers and riders that came out for the New Year’s Resolution Ride for the Triangle American Diabetes Association. The photos are at this link: http://photos.timbrown.us/Triangle%20ADA/2014-01-01%20Resolution%20Ride/
I decided to to take a week of vacation to do some photography up in Boone where my folks are originally from and hoped to catch the tail end of the fall leaves. I did get some autumn shots, but it seems most of the reds were gone and the weather was rainy with 40 mile an hour winds the day I got up early to try and catch a sunrise; but the images I did get that morning, while not a sunrise, were worth the effort. Click here or the image to visit the album. I also got to spend Continue reading Mountain Photo Excursion and Other Shoots
With all of the hype that is starting to appear related to the first Google controlled mobile phone from the folks at Motorola mobility, the Moto X, I thought I would recount my take on the operating systems. I had an Samsung Charge (Android) for 20 months and went with an iPhone 5 as my replacement last February. My Android experience, even though the Charge my be more responsible for my experience than the Android OS, was less than memorable. From the start the first generation LTE consumed the battery like a little league baseball team at a pizza buffet. Continue reading Mobile Phones Android v. Apple IOS
Three years ago, January 2009, I was in the midst of a fitness renaissance. I was working out with a personal trainer (PT) a couple of times a week and I eventually lost close to 30 pounds. My doctor took me off of one diabetes medication and my hemoglobin A1C levels were well below what is considered diabetic or pre-diabetic. After about nine months of working with my PT, he left the gym to focus on his full-time job, a physician’s assistant in the cardiology department at a local hospital, and his new home. I tried to stick with cycling and Continue reading Fitness 2.0