A first version of the movie trailer for a potential documentary of the road-trip. It is indeed set to Survivor’s Eye of the Tiger, the music of the movie Rocky. In the next weeks, I’ll post a few preview pics of the large ooamerica photos before, maybe, hitting the road again… ooamerica.com has now moved … Read more
Happy holidays / Happy New Year, best wishes for all your resolutions and endeavors! 2013 promises to be an exciting year for ooamerica.com, with the final posts of the American Portraits series, the upcoming release of the movie / documentary, a fully revamped website, and a brand new adventure to another part of the world. … Read more
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:
This is the planned (general) itinerary for the second leg of the road-trip, which is coming up shortly! There’s wheel-room for nooks and turns, and a bit of adventure… although the general directions are a bit more determined than the last journey, since I’m really trying to visit the states not yet seen. Feedback welcome, … Read more
August 26th Leave SLC in the morning (after a parking enforcement agent forces me to pay the meter although I was in the car and told him I was leaving). Really wish I’d had more time in Utah. Idaho: pure farmland, pretty drive on the I-15 North, overlooking the alternatively golden and green fields, mountain … Read more
24th August Returned to SF at 5am on the red-eye. Got a call from a friend overseas, who should be joining on my journey back East. Retrieved the car from a friend’s friend in Oakland. Dusty, sputtering, but I was off. Hit Napa Valley and the vineyards, driving up to Montelena, historical first California wine … Read more