A salute from Good magazine
With the first of the month came this post to the website of Good magazine — a charitable magazine about “good” things, generally (they match subscription prices with a contribution to the charity of your choice) — about photographerrtist John Bakos‘ series of truckstop portraits (one is pictured here) taken mostly in the Northeast. It’s a small paean to the truck drivers of America from and to the general public. As the folks at Good put it: “While ground shipping is indeed a cornerstone of American industry, it’s a slice of life that, for many of us, is witnessed only in the passing periphery of highway travel.”
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