“A recent trip blew my mind across this state of being, as I collected images along the way to remember the transient quality of the Big Trip.” – Dennis Stock In 1968, Magnum photographer Dennis Stock took a freewheeling five-week road trip up and down the California highways, documenting the counterculture hippie scene at its height. These black and white photos were compiled to create what would become a cult classic: California Trip. Originally published in 1970, the book became an emblem of the free love movement that continued to inspire people throughout the decades. Just as Stock’s portraits of […]
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