About

David Haynes is an independent commercial photographer, owner of The Studio at Blount Springs, and a part-time instructor in digital photography and photo editing software at Wallace State Community College in Hanceville. He writes a monthly feature in Alabama Living magazine entitled “Alabama Motorcycle Diaries” in which he explores little-known treasures of Alabama backroads. His black-and-white portfolio “Alabama 2000—The Millennium Project” is on permanent display at the U.S. District Courthouse in Montgomery. He is also the author of Motorcycling Alabama. Visit Motorcycling Alabama‘s web page at motorcyclingalabama.info

4 comments on “About

  1. Richard Grove on said:

    David, I wish you and your companions lots of luck and good weather. Been there and the trip was great. My companion, transporter and friend was the river. Not being a writer or photographer I couldn’t express my feeling of the journey as the gain from the trip lies within which I could never translate into words. The dams will be your obstacles and your reward awaits at Fort Morgan. May every stroke come from the heart.

    Paddle on,
    Richard Grove

  2. Corley Ellis on said:

    Best of luck and I can’t wait for the updates and pictures!

  3. Glenn Brooks on said:

    David…..Your trip sounds very interesting for sure and the scenery will be outstanding..I will be following you on the trip.. When you get near Claiborne Lock and Dam{ Monroe County on the Alabama River} give me a shout we are about 2 miles North of the dam at Maiben Lake..You will be welcome to stop in and have a bite with us…Glenn & Glenda

  4. William Parker Cheatham on said:

    David, hope everything is going well. It’s really going to be hot for the next few days. I have really enjoyed reading everything about the trip. One little correction. R.F. Henry lock chamber is 600 ft long, by 84 ft wide. I will be in touch. Parker

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