COVID-19 has kept us sheltered inside, but winter may be the time we can get out and get a little wild.
Lauren Loria loves to find images of people in motion at Cannonsburg ski area in Belmont, where she captured this image. “There was a rail jam at my local ski hill, which is known for its great terrain park,” she says. “I knew I had to go witness some great skiing and capture the action. Most people were sliding around on the boxes, but this guy was rocking it with flips and other next-level moves.” Cannonsburg hopes to open this month (snow gods permitting) for skiing, snowboarding, tubing, and fat biking, with COVID-19 precautions in place. It’ll be a good respite from a long year.he pandemic has shut down most of the state, but Michigan’s ski areas are going to be able to open with precautions in place and limited services— making things feel at least a little bit more normal this season. And skiing and snowboarding are the perfect avenues to express all that pent-up angst of quarantine. Michigan-based photographer