Synopses & Reviews
This collection of nearly 100 photographs from renowned photographer Jeffrey E. Blackman offers a lighthearted look at the relics of Americana, hearkening back to a time when gas was cheap, and cars were designed for the open roads. Blackman's charming photographs of old pickup trucks and abandoned gas pumps remind us of an era where the road trip reigned supreme.
About the Author
Jeffrey E. Blackman's photography has been featured in numerous high-profile publications including Life, Newsweek, National Geographic Traveler, American Preservation, and Polo Magazine, among others. He has photographed the ice festival in Sapporo, Japan; the marble quarries of Pietrasanta, Italy; Formula One in Monaco; and NASCAR races and PGA tournaments throughout the US. He is also the author of Covered Bridges of New England, Out of Gas, End Zone (an extensive photo essay about the NFL), and Barns of New England. He lives on a mountaintop near Wilmot, NH.