Fleeting landscapes . . . anonymous pedestrians . . . traffic jams . . . garish billboards. In this very personal "road movie, " Linda McCartney captures her life on the road, from the late the 1960s to the early 1980s. Shooting from the car and on the street, she imbues her mostly black-and-white roadscapes with wit, vigor, and a from-the-hip look influenced by the pop vernacular. 160 photos, 35 in color.
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When I first saw McCartney's work at the Oklahoma City Art Museum, I was absolutely captivated. Some are very artistic, some are funny, and others are so serene that you can't help but lose yourself in them. I bought this book so that I would always remember them (and her), and because, as a photography hobbiest, I find them inspiring. This book would make a great gift for a student or hobbiest of photography.