About the Book
"Greetings from Floyd Street" is a photojournal of a 5lb. dog's travels across the United States. Arizona writer, artist and photographer, Ellen Jo Roberts documents Floyd's continuing travels by cleverly holding him aloft and taking his photo in front of various landmarks, pop-culture artifacts and roadside relics. This much anticipated & highly-collectable first volume in the ongoing series details Floyd's travels throughout California, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Georgia, Florida, and Floyd's own photogenic home state of Arizona. "Greetings from Floyd Street" is sure to bring good cheer to all.
Features & Details
- Category Travel
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Oct 11, 2007
- Tags road trip, route 66, rt. 66, United States, toy dog, small dog, travel with pets, dog is my copilot, greetings from floyd street, new mexico, national parks, roadside relics, vintage signs, landmarks, pets, travel, chihuaha, dog, roadtrip, america, usa, southwest, midwest, arizona, nevada, utah, california, colorado, wisconsin, illinois, chicago, indiana, michigan, florida, georgia, motels, highway, neon
Ellen Jo Dahlberg Roberts was born in Chicago in 1972. She is a writer, artist, and photographer with a fixation on cheap plastic cameras, vintage Volkswagens, and other detritus of the 20th century. She lives in the historic copper-mining company-town of Clarkdale, Arizona with her husband Bike Daddy" Chad, a cat, named Clyde, a Boston Terrier named Ivan, and a famous chihuahua named Floyd. Ellen's artwork may be seen at the Jerome Artists Cooperative Galley, in Jerome Arizona, and her regular feature column "The Outs" may be read in the Northern Arizona creative arts & news monthly "The Noise" .