Photographer Captures Hikers as High-Fashion Models on a 2,653-Mile Hike
6 monthes ago - By Peta Pixel
Photographer Tommy Corey spent months thru-hiking the 2,653-mile Pacific Crest Trail that spans California, Oregon, and Washington. Along the way, he photographed his fellow long-distance hikers as though they were high-fashion models. The project is called Hiker Trash Vogue , and Corey's beautiful 7-minute video above tells the story of how it came to be.
Over the course of the hike, which usually takes 4 to 6 months to complete from start to finish, Corey photographed hundreds of hikers.
“The twist to this project? Everyone photographed hasn't showered in days , their tans are actually...
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