"IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN A ROADTRIP" photo book 13×11 in, 33×28 cm ~ 135pp 132 color photos. Text. Hardcover with glossy dust jacket. Includes a lively commentary on a series of contemporary American road trips. Edition limited to 100. Purchase includes an orginal print. An archival quality digital print has been selected from the book's collection. This image is 8"x10" on a 8.5"x11" sheet of Legacy Platine heavy art paper. Inks and paper are archival quality.
"On a road trip each day begins afresh as new scenes flash by, previously undiscovered roads and trails beckon and are then followed; we meet new people, try new things and explore new terrain. Sometimes on the spur of the moment we linger, other times we rush on ahead. The scene is constantly changing. The visual stimulation is intense. On the other side of the windshield glass a new world appears and then flashes by. So much color, shadow, light. It can be like watching a fascinating movie. There are new smells and new foods. New beds each night, new rooms, new noises. Everything is changing."
-- from the text of 'It Might Have Been A Road Trip'