Sam Gulliver

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Marche du Nain Rouge is a French tradition which dates back to the earliest Western settlements in the Detroit area. In this parade, which more closely resembles a French circus, patrons dress as different iterations of devils, demons, goblins, and other spooky sprites. They then march through the streets of Detroit, to symbolize the devil's exile from the city limits. While admiring everyone's costume, this one in particular stood out to me. Something about how naturally the mask fit onto the man's face, the salt and pepper hair, and the almost constant cloud of smoke coming from his mouth made me think maybe...just was the devil incarnate.

"At the heart of all beauty lies something inhuman." -Albert Camus
The Moment Following the National Anthem at the Winston Speedway in Rothbury, Michigan.
...and the hoooooooome of the braaaaaaave......BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! was the moment following the National Anthem at the Winston Speedway in Rothbury, Michigan. The town of Rothbury has become famous for being the home of the Electric Forrest music festival, but for the other fifty-one weeks of the year, motor sports rein supreme. Every Friday night, a few hundred people gather to watch their friends, and family members, compete on the dirt racetrack, and it all starts with a few explosions.

Sam Gulliver is a Detroit based photographer who currently attends the College for Creative Studies. 

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