The cars emerge out of the mist, seemingly forgotten creatures from another time, the black and white images making it easy to believe they are found photos from a century past. In fact the pictures were made just a few years ago, the work of photographer Mark Peacock who seized a moment of terrible weather at a race on a beach to remove the racers from the present and show them in an abstract and timeless landscape. The race was intended to be a re-creation of ones that were held years past on the beach at Pismo, CA. The cars...
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