While recovering from a shoulder injury in the fall, we experienced a cloud inversion for almost two weeks. Sitting at home one afternoon, I had a feeling I was missing out (FOMO or FOMAS) and rallied to the top of one of our trails. As I reached the top, I saw the most amazing light display I had ever seen. Without anyone to shoot and the light quickly fading, I only had a few minutes to set up the tripod and remote trigger (which I ended up triggering in my mouth). Pretty happy with the results and the next day I returned with a rider and experienced the same light, this time for almost an hour. A few of the resulting images ended up gracing the pages of Bike Magazine, including the closing spread of the Photo Annual.
Selected by Scott Secco - It seems like every shot we see from Bruno Long was taken in perfect conditions. Capturing a photo like this isn't a coincidence, it's done through hard work in location scouting and patience while waiting for light (and sometimes just a little bit of luck). This is an incredible self portrait and one of my nominations for Photo of the Year.