A Long, Lonesome Look at America

photophotophotophotophotophotoTwilight falls over a county road in Crook, Colorado.Flags billow along an empty sidewalk in Martin, Tennessee.In Detroit, Oregon, the wreckage from a wildfire sits beneath burned-out hills.These photographs were taken on a 10,000-mile road trip across the United States.They reflect our country’s beauty, loss, confusion, hope, division, grace and grandeur.They’re scenes of an America cloaked in solitude — and of a country on edge.
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A Long, Lonesome Look at America

Stephen HiltnerPhotographs and Text by Stephen HiltnerJan. 11, 2021, 5:00 a.m. ET

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