When Brian Photographs, he has a different process in handling the camera. His camera is attached to a small gorilla tripod so he can hold it, as his grip is compromised. When he sees something he wants to shoot, he is handed the camera, and he finds the perspective. Who ever is with him, which is mostly his mother Sandra, pushes the shutter release for him on his cue. Quite the patient trusting photographic experience.
This can happen on the drive to and from rehab evidently. This is the same bridge on Blog #1. Change is at hand.