I was really frustrated with everything I was working on in social documentary, so I decided to suck it up and drive 2 hours to Breezewood, PA (well it took my a little over an hour and a half to get there, but we won't talk about that). I'm really happy with what I shot (will actually see when I get my film back on Friday. Here are a few digital tests.
Although Breezewood is considered a town, it really doesn't have much of a population. It is mostly known for I-70 meeting up with I-76 (PA Turnpike), and route 30 is around there somewhere. Essentially, it is just a mass conglomeration of fast food restaurants, motels, and tackiness. Along my way, I picked up a tacky shot glass souvenir, (notice the motto is "The Town of Motels"). I also picked up Baird a magnet that said Breezewood, Pa that had a bear, a moose, forest and crossed rifles on it. Classy. All at the gifts and souvenirs shop.