Spidery shadows of cattle yawn across green pastures in the Wheelchair Highwaymen’s photograph “Dali Cows.” “Blue Cross Roads” reveals Florida waterways’ icy azure veins and “Santa Fe Blush” cruises over reddened fall leaves. Highwayman J.R. Harding relishes these quiet moments he co-captures with his “brothers” and fellow Wheelchair Highwaymen and Florida State
alumni Gordon Palmer and Max Lee. Their “Beloved Florida” exhibition at the Tallahassee Museum welcomes visitors to experience the state’s natural beauty from new heights as they merge drone technology with the environment. Each photograph’s painterly
quality portrays stunning landscapes that are awash in every imaginable hue.
“Photography is yet another way I can give back and express my appreciation to the community,” says Harding, a quadriplegic, faculty member at FSU’s College of Business, and author.
Download the article as printed in the Tallahassee Democrat on Sunday, March 22, 2020.