Still getting set up and settled in at the RTD. This week was a bit on the slow side but things should start to pick up soon
Not summer til the pool opens, business bros talkin’ business, the very best librarian in town, raspberry farming, and 11 year old golf wunderkind Caroline Curtis laying the smackdown on women 4 times her age to place 2nd in the Richmond Women’s Golf Association championship
Spent this weekend covering the Virginia State Semifinal + Championship soccer games for the Times-Dispatch - along with an excessive amount of generic-ish headbutting and kicking images, I actually came away with some stuff I liked from the edges and off the field…
Central Region Soccer/Baseball + some fun stuff on the side
Renew Richmond, a non-profit dedicated to educating the Richmond Community on the importance of nutritious, locally produced organic food, helped organize Richmond’s March Against Monsanto on May 25, 2013. Led by John Lewis, the march sought to raise public awareness about the dangers of Genetically Modified/Enhanced Crops. Marchers began on Thompson Street, working their way through the Cary Town District distributing flyers and literature. Similar events took place in 36 different countries and nearly 250 cities internationally.
The phrase ‘start your engines’ is enough to leave me in post-traumatic shock, I’ve heard ‘Thunder Road’ more times in one afternoon than the state of New Jersey has since 1976, and I’ve stood in one place as 43 cars burned enough fuel to drive one person from Richmond to the Western Coast of Australia (literally - combined mileage of 12,900 miles!)
That said…it still makes for a handful of fun pictures. Regardless of whether or not i get it.
Leftover from Greensboro