I may be going to hell in a bucket; but at least I am harvesting the ride.
Truly brilliant work Tom! The point-and-shoot camera shots are excellent, as usual, and your shots with the 60D are of publishable level quality. Seriously. It appears you've entered the stage of mastery with your DSLR, which isn't a surprise to me. I knew it was only a matter of time and practice for you as you've always been an extremely talented photographer. Moving to a nice DSLR was just the next logical step in evolution for you. Absolutely stunning and beautiful artwork there my friend. Looks like you had an amazing time out west as well.
I know we haven't talked in a while man and I'm sorry for that. I've been gone for several months now working on the road. I just got on with a local company last week where I'll be working closer to home. I understand if you don't want to publish the comments I wrote. I really just wanted you to know how much I admire your work and continued progress in photography. You seem to consistently capture the pure essence and beauty of mountain biking in God's creation. I hope you, Erin and Macie have been doing well. By the looks of the family portraits you all have been great. Keep up the stellar shooting. BTW - I've shown Maria your work and she's blown away as well. We'd like to do a family session with you sometime soon if you'd be interested. I lost your# when I switched phones. Mine is 931-239-4978 or you can just reply back to email@example.comLater, Jon D.
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