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HIPPY FROM THE KALALAU
His name is Tom and he’s been living on and off the kalalau trail in Kauai since 1975. He claims the trail is “magical” and that you will witness some strange and amazing things if you pay attention. The mystery and peace has been what’s kept him here. Photographed outside of the cave at the “end of the road”.
Of course if there’s a magnifying glass laying on the table, and a photographer with camera-in-hand in the room, it’s a no brainer. This is my friend Andrea from 220 Studio PDX. She’s an amazing hair stylist and make up artist with a sophisticated and sarcastic sense of humor. 10% off your cut and style if you show her this picture.
Male confidence at it’s finest. Seriously..If you just write a degrading word on your chest with Zinc sunscreen and happen to be on a booze cruise in Mexico, this too could happen to you. If you’re a bit chubby and struggling with the ladies, try this method. It worked for him. Scroll through to see the rest.
Cairo, Illinois 2010
The most desolate, isolated from society, city in the USA that I’ve ever seen. Situated on the Ohio and Mississippi river, this once was a bustling city full of culture. Due to racial wars with the police in the 1960’s, the culture of this city was forever changed. In 2011 the city was evacuated due to high rivers. This shot was taken in the middle of a work day in the downtown area, September 14th 2010. Nobody was around. Strange. For more info about Cairo, read the wiki here.
BOB - EASTERN OREGON, 2009
Out driving in the middle of nowhere, heading to nowhere, I came across an old decrepit red motel. I stopped to photograph it, and Bob came out of a room. He didn’t want photos of the hotel because he thought I was invading his space. We quickly became friends, and I photographed his portrait. Somewhere on highway 20 between Baily & Burns, Bob has a little motel that he rents out.