The Long Road Home

I live for road trips. 

I can drive for hours and be amazed by the ever changing landscape of the North American continent. It’s one of the reasons why I love this country so much an feel grateful to live here. Driving for miles I imagine the times when the horses roamed free and the Native Americans had this vast land to them. The earth and the waters and the rocks and the animals were sacred and part of life and a bigger thinking of being one. 

A photographer’s dream. Waking up every morning at 5am to see the sun rise over the horizon and soak everything in a golden hue. Feeling in awe of this endless landscape and the realization of how small we are.

I had the opportunity to show this project for the first ever all-female photographer exhibition at the prestigious Leica Gallery Los Angeles in April 2016. See the interview they did with me here: http://blog.leica-camera.com/2016/05/02/new-perspective-american-identity-broad-strokes-series/

 

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Locations: Marfa - White Sands National Monument - Bisti Badlands Wilderness - Monument Valley

 

Name: 
Eva Napp
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Tamara Garvey
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Jeffrey Vanhoutte
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Graziano Locatelli
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Wintercroft
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Dimitri Daniloff & Sven Hauth
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Jemisha Maadhavji
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Andre de Freitas
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Elisabeth Ajtay

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