Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Sludge Art


Mud is everywhere, still, two days after the rainy Urban Cross race. I managed a late-lap endo into the mud on an off-camber downhill section, packing mud into the my helmet rivets (see left). That would be the second time a Specialized helmet did its job for me this year.

The race was staged around the old textile mill in Charlottesville where several murals were painted during a 2004 art show. The murals reminded me that we were making a different kind of art out there. Race photos by
Kevin and mural photos by Brian Hall.





5 comments:

kevin said...

Very nice take Liz on the Art/photos! Photo's by Sarah...

2drunk2shift said...

love the art work. just saying hello.

JB said...

Nice work with the photos!

Good thing mud is soft, and helmet's are hard.

kevin said...

What is it you'd like to know Liz?
You want to talk politics? You know I'll talk to you about anything! Anything! As far as parties go, the lines have been smeared to a blur as of late so I am no longer attatched to a particular party. I vote for the person anymore.
. I can divert with the best of pilitricks ;-)

6:36 PM

Liz Schleeper said...

Oh Kevin, there are so many things I'd like to know.