A skelaton of an abandond gas station found along a small remote patch of old Rout 66.
AUTHOR: Lou Fischer Fischer UNITED STATES
I got my first camera at the age of 10. It was a brownie box camera. I took photos of my model cars and little did I knew I would end up being a commercial photographer. Graduated from California College of the Arts in 1973. Worked in product photography studios from California to New York and back home to Chicago to open a design photography studio that lasted 30 years. I have also been documenting motorcycle land speed racing on the Bonneville Salt Flats. www.bonnevillestories.com
Now semi retired I find myself inspired to return to the world of fine art photography.