Road trips. There’s something magical about seeing a country out the window of a car. Take in the landscape, smell the air change from salty ocean to pine forests. Listen to good music. Stop for food somewhere and then keep driving. Often without a goal.
This is the California I saw during a few warm weeks last fall.
Rest in peace, Leonard Knight.
Shot with an Ikoflex on Fuji 400H.
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A good testament that we all need to do more personal work!
Ive been back a couple times now to see the grocery carts again. Maybe they’re supposed to look abandoned, but to me, they look cheeky. So William Carlos Williams-ishly self-important somehow. Love it. :)
i love these! i love film..
Cool photos :)
Love these. Especially the shot of the tree stump/drift wood on the water. Stunning.
Hello lovely photographer. I just wanted to say that ur style is amazing..keep up the good work. Loving what you do, is everything that matters. Greetings from Estonia (:
I love every single one of these! Love what film does to things :)
These photos make me very excited….road tripping the US for my 30th next year with John – I will definitely be seeking out some secret spots from your travels! Lake Sardine is already on the list :)
Awesome. I know that little kitty in the window. I pass by that bookstore often. :)
Love these. I’m headed to SF next week, California’s such a good place to recharge and search one’s soul.
Lovely…nice to be able to recognize some of these spots too!