Photographer Captures Roads In Desolate Landscapes Around The World
Pembroke, UK-based creative director, filmmaker, painter, doodler, and, yes, photographer Andy Lee has compiled a mesmerizing photo series of roads that he’s photographed during his travels around the world. The artist introduces the “Roads” and inspires the viewer with a classic quote from J. Kerouac’s On The Road: “There was nowhere to go but everywhere.”
Having had photography as a side-hobby for most of his life, Lee became obsessed with it about ten years ago, when filming a documentary for a charity in Ethiopia. Lee was suddenly immersed into a new environment that begged to be documented on camera, and so he did, ending up completely hooked. Turning his lenses a bit away from portraiture and falling in love with landscape photography, Lee created this mysterious series of roads in desolated areas around the world, which you can enjoy here.
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