Some people have day jobs and do incredible things on the side. Nick DeWolf, the photographer-by-hobby was one of them.
A little photo noir for everyone. I’ve been going to Charleston since I was a little girl when we would frequent the annual arts and music festival, Spoleto, at night as a family, and spend our days on the beach at Seabrook Island. It’s a wonderful, eclectic, charming Southern city. And the food, I must say, has gotten better and better over the years.
(Photo by unknown artist; found on Shorpy)
I don’t have a clue who took these or exactly where they were taken, but in some ways, that makes them even more appealing.
When I saw this first photo I immediately thought of my New England roots on my Mom’s side. We’re talking about tough Connecticut winters made only better by family reunions on the weekends, fireplaces and endless, but fiercely competitive board games.
As for the very fashion savvy men on two wheels, well, I can only wish that my buddy, Bart, and I could have looked one ounce as cool as these guys did when we attempted our cross-country bike trip a few years ago. The image that sticks in my head is of us nursing sore bums on the side of a road under a tree just two days into our “epic” journey. Pretty pathetic, but it made for a great story in the end.
(Photos via Old Chum)