Constant snow and subsequent salt on the roads of Maine erode cars' paint and all exposed steel. After a few years, the harsh winters change a car forever. No two are the same. Mainers use their cars as plows, warming rooms, snowmobiles, grocery getters and basic transportation. Each one fits a specific purpose, place and owner. A classic 15 miles north of Bath on 139.
Stationary for winter near Woolwich, Maine.
A modern day ox near Carr's Corner, Maine.
A Jeep delivery truck near Unity, Maine.
A pair of plows near Reid State Park, Maine.
On my travels I am always on the lookout for things on four wheels that tell stories just as dynamic and complex as the people that drive them.
My blog documents my interests and how I keep myself occupied. Currently I obsess over clothes, photography and American lifestyles. I am more interested in the ideas, stories, and philosophy behind clothes than the fabrics and cuts themselves. Feel free to email me at foster.huntington@ gmail.com.