Click to preview Primary Colours: A Journey Across America photo book

Having scrawled on my notebook last New Year "TRAVEL ACROSS AMERICA", I realised my dream by April.
I undertook the teenage right of passage - a road trip. But this one didn't involve bashed up cars and sharing out the driving, it involved a tour bus and sleeping.
Every moment seemed pointless to photograph, how can you put all of those memories and experiences into an image? Seeing them in print, perhaps they make more sense...
You are aware that every second that passes has gone forever, you will never live like this again. Travelling to places you never knew you'd go, and will never return to.
Truck stops at three am, numerous border crossings in various states of undress, waking every day to a different city.


About the Author

Emily Rotter
emilyrotter London, UK.
Trying to say yes to anything. Turning down jobs that won't make me happy. Taking strange opportunities to tour around the world with the strangest people.

Dimensions  Large Square  96 pgs Standard Paper

Category  Travel

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Comments (1)


dfthjkhfghjk says

Having splashed out a mighty fortune on her education I had hoped that this work of hers would have been Shakespearean in its dimension. But it was a bit Sun newspaperish. Loads of pics but almost no words. However, all is not lost, the pictures are excellent and her blog spot so worth reading.

posted at 11:40am Dec 10 PST


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