Roadtrip 2014: Day 9

Some things I can’t explain, like fleeting feelings from sky-filled rectangle states, and I guess that’s why I took these pictures. Because I knew one day the feelings wouldn’t be words, but the pictures might still talk.

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Roadtrip 2014: Day 8 (Part 2)

Somewhere in the fields flashing by out the window I found my heart. And sometimes when you find your heart you’ve got to show it, spread around the joy and celebrate before it disappears again. These pictures are my field-on-the-side-of-a-highway-in-the-middle-of-nowhere heart.

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Roadtrip 2014: Day 8 (Part 1)

I used to dream about living in the past, having a little cube of worn wood to call my own on the great expanse of prairie, wind whistling and cozy fire burning, rocking chair squeaking. I used to romanticize what it was to struggle in the west, to carve from […]

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Roadtrip 2014: Day 6

Another day spent in the shadow of grand mountain ranges, watching geothermal waters and the majestic bison roaming through the grasses and wildflowers; this place leaves me in awe. In awe that these lands, these colorful landscapes and gentle beasts, these time-carved lands and glorious skies are present on our […]

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Roadtrip 2014: Day 5

Yellowstone’s a crazy place. Amongst the geysers, springs and boiling mud pits it’s like a foreign landscape, like another planet settled in the basin. It’s a place that can’t be conveyed in words, only truly seen by experience, walking on the boardwalks and feeling the steam and geyser spray tickling across your […]

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Corinne Carver

I first met Corinne a year ago when we both had Darkroom 2. She recently asked me to take some pictures of her for her new website! She graduates in a few weeks, and then starting in September she will be spending 9 months in the Dominican Republic at New Hope […]

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Roadtrip 2014: Day 4

There’s not really much to say about these mountains. They radiate peace and majesty. With the tops shrouded in swirling tendrils of mist they seem so much more grandiose, like they extend limitless into the sky. The whole landscape filled with blues and greens and grays; it was enchanting, like […]

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First Barbecue of the Season

The sun’s playing trickster the way it comes out soft, coaxing the dew off the leaves, then heats everything up during the day and leaves with slanting golden rays dancing through leaves. But in the leaving everything chills again, numbing bare feet and sending fingers scurrying for warmth. Sunday night community […]

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