Day 2 on the Pennsylvania Environment Ride

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The second day of the Pennsylvania Environment Ride began with breakfast at the Lancaster Central Market, the country’s oldest continuously running farmers’ market. Each rider got a five-dollar voucher to spend at any combination of vendors they wanted. I’m not normally a fan of doughnuts, but I was converted by one vendor’s chocolate glazed, custard filled variety, as well as their apple fritters.

Fueled with doughnuts and coffee, I set out to photograph the 17 riders on their approximately 80-mile ride from Lancaster to Reading, along country roads, through covered bridges, and past fertile farmland. The weather was great for photography until the end of the day when we encountered some showers. The lightly overcast skies provided a soft light that made everyone look great, with no harsh shadows on their faces.

Read the other posts in this series:
Day 1 on the Pennsylvania Environment Ride
Day 3 on the Pennsylvania Environment Ride
Portraits from the Pennsylvania Environment Ride

Click here to see the galleries of all photos from the ride.

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