Men, women and children from all over North Texas came out to the 2011 Dallas Tweed Ride. The ride started at Dealy Plaza in downtown Dallas, visited the historic Turner House and made a stop the Bishops Arts District for Cliff Fest. A big thank you to Bike Friendly Oak Cliff for hosting such a fun event.
I must also thank my sweet husband, who rolled up his sleeves and changed my back tire in his Sunday best. This photo, of the two of us, was taken by the always dapper Chris of Biking in Dallas. All others were taken by me.
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So, Miss Apeturevalue. Why do you so infrequently post your own photography? I demand more. More personal art. Don’t make me contact your husband’s mustache power. (I say this to my wife as well. Except the mustache part, unless Jdub freelances.)”
The truth is, I don’t actually take many photos that I would consider to be worthy of the term “photography”. The photographs that I capture that bring me the most joy come from an inspired place. I see the end-result before I even take my camera out. That inspiration just doesn’t come to me that often.
Maybe my creativity is lost in Jon’s moustache. Who am I to say?
By the by, I have been thinking of changing that name (@aperturevalue). Any suggestions?
New haircut and finished with internship. Now, what’s for dinner @jdub3001?
If at first you think you didn’t succeed, look at it again in a few months. When I first took this photograph, I grumbled something about the haze and never looked at it again. Looking at it now with fresh eyes, I feel differently.