for the whole world to see
‘cross processing’ is a special type of developing a special type of film – this is the last part of an old series . . .
the third Monday of January is the most depressing time of the year.
500 horses pulling violently an aluminum shell through gray days of mid summer depression.
tbc . . .
collage, spiritual, hippy, bla bla . . .
they literally popped out of the woods after thousands of miles of hiking and we happened to be their lucky first ride . . .
we felt committed, we felt brave and this time we didn’t miss Mt. Loki by 10 kilometers . . .
we meet many people through our life time, that happen to grow shorter than others . . .
well… she was drunk . . .
we’ve been giving rides for some time now, but we turned back to hitchhiking.. and failed . . .
this photo post got as gray as possible, naturally . . . a 60s-‘city in a city’
Ian Allaway is a very good photographer, and not just another one trying to ‘over-quote’ peoples stuff . . .
we picked up a hitchhiker you probably wouldn’t have picked up . . .
I had a break-through experience with a (not so-)little mushroom . . .
once while milling around a small town looking for coffee
about the love of a man and his exotic bird . . .
and Utopia does exist! in form of communities that encourage hitchhiking between places . . .
2016 tree planting spring & summer season in British Columbia, Canada . . .
we hit the streets, thumbs up, down the road – portraying people, who give us a ride! welcome to new adventures and undiscovered path . . .
I scream, you scream, we all scream . . .