Losing His Sight, But This Branford Artist Still Travels The World And Sees The World
Robert Reynolds’ driving force, the inner motor that makes him pedal his bicycle down the path that beckons to him, is what he calls “an insatiable curiosity.”
“I’ve been drawn all my life to continually looking at new things,” he tells me during our conversation at his home in the Stony Creek section of Branford shortly before he leaves for another international adventure. “Sight is important,” he notes.
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