In my teenage years, the road was a means to an end, “I could go anywhere”, and everywhere is where it feels like I went. The road took me all over New England and eventually down the east coast, to Georgia and beyond. From where I am now, It seems the more life has gone on, the less opportunities arise to just get in the car and go. So when I was accepted into the Slow Exposures juried show in Zebulon, GA in 2020, I knew I couldn’t miss the opportunity to make my way by road. Down and around the east coast, 3,300 miles later, exploring and learning about the this and that’s that make our way of life the way that it is has been a blessing. If there can be nothing else learned from the road, it’s that there are stories everywhere and the fascination gleaned from scratching the surface only inspires the next trip. 

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