Color isolation with Sepia background.
Leggo my fuego.
‘The Other Side’
They say the grass is greener on the other side; however, in this case, danger looms across the fence.
It’s sometimes OK to obey (…but breaking the rules feels oh so good).
Rays from the brilliant Las Vegas sun reach out and kiss the deep red pigments in the foliage of this unidentified tree. I looked all over Google and cannot seem to find a good picture or description of this particular plant species; some questions are maybe better left unanswered.
Beauty resides even in the unidentifiable.
Another one from my Open Road Series.
Buckle your seat belt. There are a lot of crazy fucks out there.
‘Oh Hai There’
I’ve got a thing for girls with cameras… This one’s no exception.
Shooting you, shooting that.
I was really happy I snapped this photo, thinking it was an Indian Paintbrush Flower - which connects with one of my fondest memories of childhood and it was the third or fourth flower I could identify at 5 years old (the others are dandelion, sunflower, and rose). I came to find out (after a little research) that this is not, in fact, an Indian Paintbrush Flower… or it may be and is not in bloom, but not probable.
It’s crazy the things you hold on to from so long ago.
Still one of my most liked shots from the trip.
‘2-Hour Alaskan Sunset’
Shot this whilst in Alaska a while back.
Sunrise: 4:56 AM; Sunset: 10:57PM ~ 20 hours of day light
Classic 1949 Ford pick-up truck found in the mountains of Big Bear Lake, California. This red beauty has seen a lot during its 60 year existence, and I feel it has more miles to go. The body and frame are tailored from american steel, and was literally built to last.
This is Americana in High Definition.