Day 6: this iPhone camera sure is coming in handy. Driving the Camaro west back into the gauntlet from South Dakota back into Wyoming
Finally, here are some more iPhone photos from the
last part of my road trip through Wyoming, Colorado, and South Dakota. Been playing a lot of catch up this week. Last week’s adventure was quite the trip. We put approximately 2300 miles on our Camaro rental car in the span of 7 days. Thats a lot of road covered in just 3 states! Hope you enjoyed my road trip updates on twitter and instagram. I believe I took nearly 700 photos on my iPhone last week!
Our home for 2 days and 3 nights in Wyoming
Our happenin' motel
Our happenin' Friday night in Wyoming
Stretching the Camaro's legs. Long long empty road.
The 400 horsepower tripod.
Day 3. Filming location 10,000 feet up covering the firefighters. it's heaven up here iPhone pic
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View from the mountains.
Abandoned domicile in the hills
Acres of burnt trees.
My co-producer Nick and the wall art
Good day to put the top down
Taking iPhone photos
1500 miles in
Colorado rest stop
rest stop tree
Great medicine for an absinthe-caused illness
The clouds roll in
Watching the storm clouds
Devil's Tower. You may recognize it from Close Encounters Of The Third Kind. Apparently this is America's first National Monument
Stretching the legs
It's amazing seeing the rain come in from many miles away.
Day 5: I'm driving a US Dept of agriculture pickup truck through a 10,000 acre Wyoming cattle ranch for documentary location 2. Surreal day. Surreal week. I spent an hour sitting on top of a hill watching the clouds go by, feel the breeze, listen to the cows, and think about life.
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Douglas Sonders for president? Mount Rushmore
Flag at Mount Rushmore
That's me, photographing in the middle of the highway
Creepy abandoned rest stop. Swore I saw zombies in there.
A tearful goodbye to the rental car. I miss you already. We had some good times, Queen 2.0