Sketches from the road including scenes from Little Rock, Kansas City, Denver… or check the ooa revo blog for some post-trip ooaddles.
Some last ‘road textures’ from part 2 of the USA road trip. If you’d like to see more I’ve created a page featuring most of them from part 1 and part 2.
A few pictures from LA. Will shortly be posting some last textures from the road.
Final video chapter of the ooamerica USA Road-Trip, part 2: arriving and celebrating in Los Angeles and Santa Monica, some interviews and ‘paparazzi’ work around Hollywood. A bunch of footage is from my last visit to LA, for which I hadn’t posted a video.
Short video featuring shots and interviews from the Redwoods and San Francisco, Mission District, Golden Gate and Chinatown.
Photos from Portland and Oregon.
Video featuring shots from Portland and the Oregon coast, interviews with a park ranger, diver, business exec and dancer. Music mix by Rafael Murillo.
May 13th “I remember this group brought their mothers in for Mother’s Day.” “What? To a titty bar?” “Swear it’s the truth, they were sitting right there,” pointing indiscriminately at one of the tables. We’ve spent the last three days in Portland. Redrik and I are sitting at the bar of the Acropolis. It’s … Read more
Just a few pictures; next up, Portland and the Oregon coast.
Short video from a visit to Seattle and area. “Louie Louie” by The Kingsmen.
Some photos from Glacier Park, although the ‘Going to the Sun’ road was closed, and on to Washington and Oregon.
6th May Walk around Coeur d’Alene. Work in a coffee house in the morning, forget last night’s woes. Redrik informs me about the outcome of the presidential elections in France. We head out. East Washington is unlike what I had expected – dry, rather level, plains and fields. National Forest appears as we near the … Read more
Video featuring shots from Glacier National Park and interviews of people met in Blackfoot, Idaho, as well as Butte and Missoula, Montana, set to the dramatic music of Ian Makau.
May 2nd “I don’t think I can do this anymore.” It’s a grown man, with tears to his eyes, who says this. Damn, even a heartless robot (not a pleonasm) would say something. “I heard you making some calls. Were those the…?” “Yeah. I’m not in. I can’t do this anymore. I think I … Read more
A few pictures from Utah, then Blackfoot, Idaho, and through Butte and Missoula, Montana, heading towards Glacier Park.
Video with life philosophy interviews from people met in Utah, Salt Lake City and Ogden, set to the background of Dinosaur National Monument.
Time has passed. A month now. I have no notes for the leg from Denver to Idaho, through Salt Lake City. My musings feel dry. Was it the trip itself, or is it something I missed? The arc. I know the arc. But is it coming together? Does it have to? Are things ever meant … Read more
A few photos of Colorado’s rocks and landscapes, including Dinosaur National Monument:
Video featuring “What’s your Philosophy of Life?” interviews from Colorado, Denver, as well as Boulder and the area. Also some shots from Rocky Mountain National Park; there were plenty of other stories and sights during our stay in Colorado which unfortunately aren’t featured in this short video… Both songs by Rafael Murillo.
April 27th “I thought the Rockies would be rockier.” “That John Denver is full of shit, man.” — Awake near the Geographic Center after four hours of sleep. Downpours as we head on country roads, looking for a stone mound designated to officially represent the geographic center of the 48 contiguous states. From the perspective … Read more