I've been using a bit of down time before the real estate market ramps up for the spring to head out on the road with my camera and expose a few rolls of film. I know photographs from the road aren't quite as exciting as most of my work, but hey, I like it for purely sentimental reasons.
This photograph was made just south of Ashland Oregon while I was gassing up the car. I had my Mamiya 645 1000s sitting on the front seat of the car loaded with with only a few frames left of Ilford FP4 film. I kind of liked the lonely RV sitting in the lot next to the gas station and of course the epic sky.