Many people dream about living in America. Many people follow their dreams and actually go to America, but most of these people stay in the same place they moved to.
I’ve had the privilege to travel 2,000 miles from Los Angeles, to Nashville by car. Something that every person should experience. Taking the open road to many places you haven’t been before. It’s very exciting, especially for photographers who are always on the lookout for their next best shot.
Such trip doesn’t end when you get to Nashville (the destination) it only ends at home, after you’re back from the second long drive through a different route.
I have recorded most of the ride and will put it on our website for all of you to see what it sort of look like, in case you are planning to drive from Los Angeles to Nashville (through Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas and go back through Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, Utah and Nevada.
Big thanks to all of our contributors this month, for their photos and articles. And thanks to our followers and fans from all over the world.
I hope you’ll enjoy this month’s magazine.
Until the next time,
Moshe Levis and the NOTINDOOR team
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