Taco Stand…

Time to blow this “Taco-Stand”. Decent light this morning but about 20 degrees with 15-30 MPH winds on top of it. It looks like a storm is coming from the NW, time to head into Wyoming for a truckstop blizzard…

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“Mudeneering”….

I got one whole hour of nice light last night, then back to rain, so it goes, Badlands to Wetlands to Mudlands. The locals claim this weather is not what this time of year normally sees, I guess that humors me a bit. The forecast for tomorrow is mostly Sunny, might set the alarm for […]

Milk is the light…

Maybe tomorrow will play that magical light that rakes across the prairie. Four days of milky light, I have had my fill of vitamin D…

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The Badlands are Wetlands…

I know the sun is around here somewhere. My third day in the Badlands of South Dakota contain a stark lanscape drenched by relentless rains and a grey quilt of a sky. I know the sun is around here somewhere… Another week here ought to reveal magical, dappling and emotion filled light. So I persist…

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A Window to Witness Harlem…

Oh what to do while stuck in a cab on the way to JFK Airport. First the obvious things come up…Will I make my flight? Is there not a faster way? Where is the fender-bender? But then the often tumultuous visual dialogue of humanity moving too and fro begins to entertain. While my girlfriend sighs […]

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The Ol’ Dan and the Harley…

The Old Dan and the Harley… After toughing it out in blizzard conditions, I made it to Thermopolis Wyoming to meet up with Author John Newkirk. He had been riding his 32′ Harley across the U.S. to San Francisco when Winter came early and he had to rent a Uhaul truck to store his ride […]

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Waiting out a Blizzard…

After 80 miles in a white out, it’s time to get some rest…somwhere out in Wyoming. The camper is rocking from the wind, snowline seems to be a few hundred feet above me now…hopefully it stays there for the night.

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Fast Lane / Slow Lane…

How much faster do we need to go? How much precious life energy do we need to squander in getting somewhere on time or sooner? When I started out traveling around the U.S. by car to do exploration of the Kodachrome Project, I quickly found my self getting caught up in the rush-rush of the […]