A Roadside Attractions Book
by MICHAEL ALVIS
About the Book
OLIGOMANIA contains 467 photographs of things that interest me. Most of the photographs were made from the window of my car as I explore backroads in the southern USA.
Landscapes, people, telephone poles encrusted with nails & staples, yARd SaLE signs, abandoned buildings, rusty cars, graffiti, lawn chairs, etc. are some of the subjects that are presented in this 400-page book.
Other ROADSIDE ATTRACTIONS Books:
TREES & THINGS
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Sep 23, 2010
- Language English
- Tags yard sale, southern landscapes, Carson-Newman College, faded signs, power lines, abandoned buildings, telephone poles, man-altered landscapes, Michael Alvis, Tennessee, Rogersville, rust, fences, rainbows, sunsets, chairs, decay, people, signs, landscapes, oligomania
Michael Alvis is a photographer who enjoys exploring many places with his camera. He has traveled to Canada, Mexico, South Korea, and all 50 states in the USA. He lived and worked in Saitama, Japan for 6 years. He enjoys travel, eating sushi, reading, and watching films.