I’ve been waiting a long time for this one, and finally, here we are. I’ve gotten the film developed and scanned, and the photos are ready to share!
First, I just want to say, it was wonderful to meet everyone, and to remind myself that there are just a lot of nice people riding bikes around Portland. It was great to get around to some areas of town I don’t see that often, and to find some spots that I do go near often that I had never really noticed before.
Secondly, I hope to continue this project, not with a specific roll of film, but just with whatever I happen to have on me at the time, so if you didn’t get in on this and you still would like a portrait of you with your bike and/or loved one(s) and/or your loved one(s) and their bike(s), just let me know :) Same conditions apply – I reserve rights to post the photos online and potentially print them and use them (as for a gallery showing or something, should such chance arise). I will send you digital copies for free, and ask $4 per print if you would like me to make you physical prints of the photos.
Ok, enough chatter, on to the people of Portland!
John (a real photographer) and his wife Sheelagh, who have since hatched a new family member (congrats!)
Anne and Mike, who blog at Buddha Bellies and steered us towards Hiroshi’s Anzen, now our favorite Japanese market.
Will, who blogs at The Prudent Cyclist and his wife Lea
Patrick of Vélocouture
Brooke, Douglas and Tennessee, who blog at Pedal and Bloom
Rosalind, who was a co-conspirator with my wife at Sock Dreams.
Z., who blogs over at Gladys and Viv
Thanks again to everyone, for indulging my photographic whims, agreeing to meet me in person, and for getting out on your bikes around Portland. Cheers!