Hellooo my dahlings! How is everyone? I haven’t posted since last Thursday, sorry about that. I have come to the end of my final blast of work before the Thanksgiving break. In fact, the job I had booked for tomorrow has been cancelled, which means my holiday break kicks off a day early. Yay!! So now I have five whole days, instead of four, to get my weary art model’s spine back into alignment. For that I use a very sophisticated technique. It’s called “laying on the couch in a near comatose state while wearing sweatpants”. Works like a charm 🙂
I will post again on Thanksgiving morning. Until then here’s a video I think is pretty cool. I’m a sucker for time lapse film projects. This one is from freelance photographer Brian DeFrees. He took a two month, 12,000 mile road trip across America, starting in his hometown of Syracuse, NY, with his Canon digital camera mounted on his dashboard and programmed to take a picture every five seconds. I first came across this video via Laughing Squid.
So here, condensed into five minutes, is Brian’s journey through our vast, incredible country, in which we travel through small towns and big cities, flat open plains and rugged mountains, golden canyons and deserts, through tunnels and across bridges, under blue skies and rolling clouds. Look for the rainbow and, my favorite, the hot springs of Yellowstone. Wyoming looks amazing. I’ve always wanted to go there.