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Arcalis Andorra Frame Set

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Build your dream bike in a one-on-one consultation with Arcalis founder Ryan Yee $1,799.00

Ryan Yee knows a thing or two about cycling. By the age of 14 the Arcalis founder was competing on the California mountain bike circuit, and by 2006 he owned and managed one of the country’s top pro cycling teams. With Arcalis, Yee builds serious bikes for serious riders, offering one-on-one consultations so buyers get the best machine for them. At Woven Society, you start with......read more

A Year On the Road

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America: Photographed and experienced through my camera's lens

A few years ago, I decided to leave the windy city and travel the open road, experiencing and photographing this vast country I call home. That original one-year goal flew out the window over the 100,000+ miles on some lonely two lane highway in the desert. Every week, I will be sharing some of my favorite places and perspectives from these life-changing years. My name is Emily Caldwell and......read more

A Year on the Road: Population 1

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A day in a forgotten border town

This is a story of a man who calls himself the sheriff, the mayor, and the town drunk. He is Population: 1 in a forgotten town just off the border of Mexico. After 1941, the last resident left this mining encampment and no one ever came back... except for Sundog. After traveling for 14 years, he landed in this ghost town living as the miners did; without electricity or running......read more

A Year on the Road: 7 Years Later

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An accidental self-portrait series in the redwood forest

I stumbled upon a fallen redwood in Northern California along the Avenue of the Giants in 2005. I immediately fell in love with the grove, including what I have since called "my tree." I set everything up and took a self-portrait in black and white film. Every year and sometimes twice a year since, I have carefully picked my way through the Avenue of the Giants in the hope that I will recognize......read more

A Year on the Road: Pacific Graveyard

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A ship that haunts the Oregon Coastline 106 years later

The decayed and the forgotten have long been my favorite subjects to shoot on the road. You can find them in all places and in all things, standing with integrity and tales from a time long ago. Every year, I take a drive up Highway 1 from LA to Portland with a keen eye and a car full of cameras. On this trip, I approached a beach on the northern coast of Oregon and to my wonder, from the......read more

A Year on the Road: The Voyage Home

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Everything leads you back home

Churning over roads well traveled beaten by the wind and snow you hold your direction steady  wide awake on the voyage home.   Parallel lines stretch anchored  between tiny handfuls of cars, as you watch the day's last light  fade beneath a heavy blanket of stars.    The cloak of night arrives with speed lofty buildings and cities gone cast off into an......read more

A Year on the Road: Cold Mountain

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Slowing down to the speed of the season

I became entranced with the mountains as a child and I often find myself venturing into the forest for the heaviest part of any season. It’s there that I always find the densest, purest form of nature. Trees and whole mountainsides showcase the cold stillness of winter collectively in a deafening silence. In a world that moves so fast, slow down to the speed of the season if only for a......read more

A Year on the Road: The Lone Star State

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Getting lost is easy in Texas

On March 2, the state of Texas celebrated its Independence Day, a victory that marked the boundaries of a state so proud and so grand in scale that everything really is bigger there. Having spent 8 years of my childhood living everywhere from the Valley on the border of Mexico to Dallas, I can definitely vouch for that as well as proudly declare my complex love for Texas.  In the spirit of......read more

A Year on the Road: Where No One Goes

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Portraits of a modern ruin by Emily Caldwell

"Something went wrong." said the lonely trailer.   Along the dry creek bed and weed choked rocks lay remnants of a past life- bottles and metal thrown around like wreckage after a tornado.   Brenda and I could see the trailer from the desolate highway we were rambling down. From a distance it all screamed horror stories and tv dramas. Still, drawn to it like two moths to a giant......read more

On The Road: A Trip Along The West Coast

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Photographer Laua Zalenga

  Laura Zalenga is a young photographer from Southern Germany. Her US road trip along the West Coast captures the American wanderlust perfectly. On The Road chronicals her time spent during two months in a van with a friend. 'A lot of my friends were a bit sceptic when I told them about my plan: to live in a van for two months with a friend and traveling along the US West......read more

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