I loved the sweet repetition of gorgeous farms of all sorts, in parts of every state.
Some of the images yielded by five weeks and six thousand miles’ worth of rambling cross-country seemed to want expression in my old favorite black and white imagery. And, not coincidentally, this set particularly showcases my obsessions with seeing patterns, repetition and commonalities.
Monolithic bare trees and sculptural bridges seemingly imitate each other.
Driftwood. A helical trunk amid Douglas-fir and vine maple companions.
AmeriCars the Beautiful
Car culture in the US may have long grown old, but it hasn’t stopped being a classic.
Fruit growers’ packing crates. A burned house.
Shake Your Tailfeathers
Hawk? Maybe. Mallard, definitely.
The old shed behind the parsonage, the inner workings of a portative organ, and a vintage church.
God is in the Details
Small stuff, large impact.
Spokes that speak for themselves.
An older model pachyderm and an older model Packard? (Nah, I think it was a Rolls.)
The wonder of a weird homemade aerial and the magic of a zebra.