June 13th, 2013
Hello all, this is the second post regarding this past weekend and my endeavor to Pennsylvania. Between the 4 days I was gone, 2 of them(technically 3) was mostly spent travelling. With ten hours there, and back was a lot of time, and you can only Instagram so much Starbucks! When driving along the Pennsylvania Turnpike, I got some pretty sweet pics of the rain!
What is so different about roads out of state is that the have the toll-booths, but along with that comes better kept roads, which I would definitely trade to have rather then… Michigan roads.
I resorted to SLR photography after I realized I had an abundance of stereotypical Starbucks Instagrams, but it was the only thing that kept me up during the trip!
As we reached hillier regions of Pennsylvania, the dense fog kept my eyes very intrigued. I questioned if the people who ever lived in this region or type of elevation ever feel confined so close to the clouds.
I am glad that I pay so much attention to my surroundings, and the fact that I could stare out of a car window for hours. I was watching a Vogue documentary a few months back and Creative Director, Grace Coddington who said this
“I worked with Norman Parkinson who was a really big photographer, and he taught me to always keep your eyes open, you know. Never go to sleep in the car or anything like that, keep watching because whatever you see out the window or wherever, it can inspire you.”
I leave you with that readers, and enjoy the rest of your week. I hope your Summers are beginning out pleasantly!