Camera and Lens: Bronica SQ-Ai, Zenzanon PS 80mm f/2.8
Film stock: Ilford HP5+
Developer: Ilfotec HC
Between the vast and desolated Death Valley and the green and snowy Sierra, there's a place that struggles to survive.
Some of my favorite landscape spots in the US are here. You can go on backcountry trips and get lost or just pull over on the highway: the view won't dissappoint.
I made this image on my way back from the Bristlecone Grove in the White Mountains. Instead of taking the main (only) highway to Lone Pine, I tried to take every exit and secondary road, and I found quite a few picturesque scenes.
It was a cold afternoon of December but it was sunny and bright. Far from the highway, you couldn't really hear much. In the distance, a couple of cowboys were working on regrouping the cows.
It's hard to find a place like this in the US. As I walked along this narrow, dirty road, it felt like I went back in time to an era that I never knew.