Angeles National Forest, California
When you shoot a roll of film and seventy percent of the pictures on it are keepers, you know you've got something extraordinary in your hands.
This was the case with the project-turned-book, Mile Seventy Eight. It's a story about three friends traveling into the Angeles National Forest during an unusually fluffy storm. This forest, which lays due east of Los Angeles, California, is only an hour and twenty minutes from my studio. A quick jaunt up can bring grand rewards in times of wintery bliss.
This is Dreamer, our trusted camper truck. She handled like a champ, guiding us up the snowy mountain roads, performing graceful donuts on command. This photograph was exposed on frame 7 of 10 with my Mamiya rangefinder, and for me it encompasses the feeling of adventure and freedom we all strive for.
20" x 16"
100 unsigned prints
30" x 24"
70 limited-edition signed and numbered prints
48" x 38"
40 limited-edition signed and numbered prints
*All sizes listed are the image size.
*All photographs come with a 1" boarder on all sides.
$135.00 - $500.00