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Road trips are all about freedom, adventure and new perspectives, with a bit of nostalgia and fried food thrown in. Continue reading →

Road trips are all about freedom, adventure and new perspectives, with a bit of nostalgia and fried food thrown in. Continue reading →

Robert Capa Tokyo Station April 18, 1954 Gelatin Silver Print Collection of Yokohama Museum of Art ©ICP / Magnum Photos

Robert Capa Tokyo Station April 18, 1954 Gelatin Silver Print Collection of Yokohama Museum of Art ©ICP / Magnum Photos

Photographer Neil Bedford’s latest series _Are We There Yet?_ for the new issue of _Kinfolk_ is an absolute summer dream. Capturing three boys as they go on a road trip, we see them skimming stones, napping in the back seat and constantly play-fighting. “We headed just 30 minutes outside of London to Epping Forrest, a place I’d never been but thought the idea of travelling to a forest for three young boys would be exciting,” Neil explains.

Photographer Neil Bedford’s latest series _Are We There Yet?_ for the new issue of _Kinfolk_ is an absolute summer dream. Capturing three boys as they go on a road trip, we see them skimming stones, napping in the back seat and constantly play-fighting. “We headed just 30 minutes outside of London to Epping Forrest, a place I’d never been but thought the idea of travelling to a forest for three young boys would be exciting,” Neil explains.

Five Members of the #Monster Fan Club, New York, 1961 by Diane #Arbus. (1923-1971, American) Jim Warren's famous Monsters Fan Club, Queens, N.Y. Chapter, photo i.gelatin silver 1964 Photograph (9x6in). Sotheby's: USA

Five Members of the #Monster Fan Club, New York, 1961 by Diane #Arbus. (1923-1971, American) Jim Warren's famous Monsters Fan Club, Queens, N.Y. Chapter, photo i.gelatin silver 1964 Photograph (9x6in). Sotheby's: USA

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