Fellow photographer Jenn Wagner and I connected last week to do some portraits of each other. We got together at Tempe Towne Lake and headed over to the Tempe Center for the Arts. After taking a few photos at the Arts Center we went over to the old railroad trestle. The bridge is called the Arizona Eastern Railroad Bridge. It was built in 1912 and features steel beams with the date cut out of the top lintels. It’s so old that you could walk up to it, think it’s out-of-use and then decided to cross it only to get flattened by a speeding freight train — we almost were. It’s such an honor when a fellow photographer asks you to shoot their portrait and Jenn and I just had a blast. Enjoy the photos.