Four stills from Rich Hill, a documentary made with the support of 514 people, and one of the highlights of Sundance this year. Now available on iTunes.
American Temples, a photo exhibit by Daniel Humphries-Russ
From the top:
Images are from issue #3 of Mossless magazine, which just reached its goal and features documentary-style photos snapped all over the US from 2003-2013 by the photographers listed above, among many, many, many others.
The project is here.
Polaroids from The West.
America from bottom to top.
Ameressence is a project documenting a year-long journey from Tierra del Fuego to Alaska, covering all 15,000 miles of the Americas.
The plan is to begin at the southern tip of Argentina and journey north, creating an illustrated story every week for a year. The project is the joint effort of a writer and a photographer, both based in Berlin, who plan to collaborate on each dispatch in words and images and publish the results in three languages.
Over the course of 2013, this adventurous duo hopes to explore the many cultures and environments of the Americas while bringing backers along for the ride. Sounds like all of the breathtaking vistas and poignant moments with none of the 17-hour bus rides!
Stunning image from Noah Wilson’s Ground Truthing Montana project. What I wouldn’t give to be alone on the high planes with two horses ‘neath a tree.