There's a unique timeless quality to black and white images of the American landscape, one that harks back to the incomparable work of photographers William Henry Jackson and Ansel Adams. Some of this set were shot on traditional film (on a Leica R6.2), others converted from digital colour. (Credit where it's due: the best conversions were carried out by digital wizard Kevin Green - http://www.freelancebloke.com/).

A collection of galleries drawn from some of my personal favourite photos over the last 15 or so years, including ghost towns, motels, evocative signage, endless road views, Route 66, rusting cars, National Parks, black and white studies, abandoned places and more.

I started off using a 35 mm film Leica SLR, progressed to a combination of this (primarily for B/W work) and DSLR Canons, and in 2020 invested in a Canon R6, the latest mirrorless technology. Sadly, the necessary restrictions caused by Covid mean I’ve yet to put this new camera through its paces in a road trip environment but let’s hope we are all able to resume normal service at some point in the not too distant future.