“highway 66 is the main migrant road. 66–the long concrete path across the country, waving gently up and down on the map, from the mississippi to bakersfield–over the red lands and the gray lands, twisting up into the mountains, crossing the divide and down into the bright and terrible desert, and across the desert to mountains again, and into the rich california valleys.” [1]

29/05/2012 § 1 Comment

hans gremmen, the mother road (2010-11)

 

i’ve been taking day trips around the hill country recently;  itching to move further west.  which reminds me:

  • of an older post following a recent trip out west to visit space port america near truth or consequences, new mexico,
  • and, it also reminds me of another video of almost the entire train ride from bergen to oslo, norway,
  • but really, i want know what david hockney thinks of gremmen’s video.

 

vacation is almost over

a young hare

 

 

notes:

[title]     title taken from hans gremmens website.

    more videos may be found here.

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