When the sky is clear, J.R. Harding says he flies like an eagle. In the fleeting moments between the melting sun and total darkness, he soars high above the ground, surveying the landscape ablaze with evening sun. Then, with a tilt of the head, Harding drives down to hover above the water, spying Florida wildflowers unfold into bloom and spiders mending their webs. As the blue of the sky gives way to blush, lilac and gold, Harding and his fellow photographers capture images that challenge the viewer’s perception of the barriers between man and nature. The story behind the Wheelchair Highwaymen challenges this understanding in a whole new light.