Across the Tracks is a serene, and sometimes surreal exploration of everyday architecture and landscapes in and around Vincennes, Indiana.
I have been a resident of Vincennes, Indiana for the last year and have viewed the area with both curiosity and sometimes disbelief. As a photographer, I am curious and try to keep an open mind, but with 82 railroad crossings in town, there is only so much that an outsider living in Knox County can take. I like my adopted town, people are friendly, farmer’s market is great, festivals are fun and even the Wabash River is beautiful. Still, I remain an outsider and fascinated by many aspects of the landscape that most Vincennes residents would never think twice about. The images here focus on the everyday streetscapes and nature found in southwest Indiana, seen through the eyes of a displaced Texan.
Upper 11th Patriot
Sun on Scott
A Frame Duo
College Crossing (Winter)
Patriot on Wheels
Facade on Second
Parking lot Storm
For Sale on Fourth
Star on Second
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