Time passes by and I am moving from Oregon to California. It’s hard to process all the new impressions along with the people I met during my road trip. I saw petroglyphs in Nevada and now I am in somewhere in Los Angeles.
The US border shuffled our deck of cards hard. All previous plans are out of the window and life teaches us one of it’s finest lessons: you got to be flexible and spontaneous if you want to float in the river of life. Now I am traveling solo.
My friend Barry has a reggae band called JaSkaMon who are playing all around Oregon. These photos here show my first Road Trip with the band. We went to Portland for some gigs but I also joined Barry to several other locations.
Otis is a pretty small community in Oregon and the people there live scattered all over the place and in the woods. There is actually just a diner with a gas station so you won’t find much action in this town but that suddenly changed when RUN 21 showed up.
My first job as a photographer in Oregon was to shoot some photos for the lawn service. The company was owned by a friend of mine and he needed the pictures for his website. This project gave me the opportunity to see more of the beaches of Oregon.
My first encounter with Oregon I had in Otis which is close to Lincoln City. My friend picked me up from the airport at night so I saw a little bit of Portland but my real first impressions I got from Otis. I took photos all the way. Here is the first collection.
Oregon has a very beautiful coastline. While coming down from Washington State I followed the US Interstate 101. After I visited my friends in Otis I moved my RV eastbound to see Crater Lake and some other cities in Oregon.