The roads often attract many people. The excitement of travel as fast as possible in favor or against the wind has inspired countless writers, who thirst for adventure have taken trucks or cars to travel whole continents; the most notable is Jack Kerouac, author of On the road.
But the road not only appeals for freedom, but also for the unexpected and the unknown: as you read this note, a whole world runs out there and you do not know. Have you ever wondered how many people do not meet or will meet? How many stories they have to tell? How many memories? How many goals? Now I understand these novelists and poets?
Perhaps this is the vision that inspired the photographer David Bouchat of Seattle, who combined his love for the roads and his secrets with vintage cars, his faithful travel companions.
Source and images: David Bouchat