Down the Desert
Even though the American desert is vast, irregular and rain-starved terrain , the immensity that stretches the Western states is yet inhabited. Hints of modern life are scattered, in a pattern of sand, rocks and endless asphalt roads. From rough winters to dry, torrid summers, emptiness to casino cities, tumbleeweed or gas stations, the landscapes vary and sprouts life here and there, aimlessly. The desert is a place of changes, paradoxes, loneliness and beauty. It is a land of colours, patterns, contrasts and textures all around.