What's Doug's story? Doug is one of the good guys. He is a great friend to many people, he's a good husband, father and grandfather. He is one of those people who will do anything to help another person out and he does it from the heart. Doug doesn't seek recognition or even thanks. He's just one of those guys who enjoys helping others. He is selfless and that is what makes him so endearing. Aside from his giving nature, Doug has a flip side; he has a thing for Harley Davidson motorcycles - the rich, deep rumble of the motor, the sheer power of the machine, the open road, the freedom of just getting on a bike and riding. Whether he rides alone, with a friend or a group; it really doesn't matter as long as he can enjoy some uninterrupted time on his bike. I can kind of see how riding a motorcycle can clear your mind. The rider has to constantly be alert for obvious safety reasons, and then there is nothing between you and mother nature except maybe a small windshield (and hopefully a helmet or in Doug's case his rocking do-rag). Doug was a good sport during our photo session as I shot lots of photos around some of the old buildings in downtown Taylor. The brick and stucco and massive doors made excellent backdrops for our session. The photos are definitely all Doug, but the opportunity to take them was undeniably a privilege for me. Thanks, Doug, you made my job easy!