Video: Photo trip to the most picturesque coast of California
2023 Author: Richard Flannagan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 05:58
Young American photographer Amy Harrity has prepared a series of emotional road trip photographs. Together with her friends, she went to the coast of central California, which is famous for its stunning views.
“The day before our trip, my boyfriend Evan and I were near his late grandfather's house. We had two cameras with us, and we were going to capture our upcoming journey. It turned out that the old photographic equipment of his grandfather was preserved - from an early age to a ripe old age, he was passionately fond of photography. We got the idea to take advantage of this wealth that Evan inherited. Then our path lay on the coast of Big Sur, friends from Los Angeles were to join us,”says Amy.
The sparsely populated area of the California coast, Big Sur, attracts numerous tourists for a reason. Mount Cone Peak towers picturesquely above the ocean, the rays of the setting sun are reflected in the water, and the gentle slopes are eerily attractive. "It's a stunning, almost enchanted place," says the photographer, "it seems like time has stopped here."
Born and raised in San Francisco, California, photographer Amy Harrity speaks of youth and freedom in her expressive, vibrant photography. Sometimes her work resembles stills from a film - they are full of movement and light. In addition to photography, Harrity is interested in commercial fashion and youth culture.
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