These Southern-based photographers know how to capture individualistic independence
Atlanta, Georgia-based photographer Patrick Molnar’s Lake #1 (ABOVE) explores this exhilarating freedom, albeit in the form of swimming. After all, early astronauts prepared for space travel by doing much the same, floating weightlessly in water. It’s the same sentiment that is shared by the model in this photo, hands outstretched, eyes closed, breathing in this wondrously isolated moment.
As many advertisements heralded in the mid-20th century, the car was a way in which to experience everything and anything. It was a representation of what was possible in travel—you could go anywhere, whenever you so desired. It’s a powerful sentiment, one that the Big Three of Detroit continue to tout.