Near Socorro, NM, 2012
14 1/2 x 22”, Epson HDR on Hahnemuhle Pearl
" The road cut into a mountainside of bare rock, prickly pear, and scrub. It rose and fell without rhythm, twisting in hairpins. He never touched fourth gear and kept downshifting into second. On his right was the mountain. On his left, the land fell away in cliffs. Canyons and mesas, which the map said belonged to the San Carlos Apaches, stretched to the horizon.
He stopped and got out once to take in the view, but a cold wind drove him back to the truck and soon he drove on. "
– Bill deBuys