Camera: Nikon D3100;  FNumber: 4.5; Focal Length: 30; Exposure Time: 1/60

Post: Cropping

Compositional Rule: Symmetry/Asymmetry

Description: Detail from a children’s sweatshirt: 

Comments: This is soooo Ashland, I can barely stand it! Unofficially known as the end of the Tie-Dye Belt, Ashland was the northernmost outpost of hitch-hikers heading out from the San Francisco and Berkeley areas before they hit the Pacific Northwest in the 1960s. “Stranded travelers” are still in existence, though the town’s Bohemian style is now under the curation of trust fund hippies 🙂


Photo A Day May is hosted by Chantelle (@FatMumSlim)


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