Ambrotype photographer Giles Clement set out on a road trip along Nevada's Cowboy Corridor to capture special portraits. Throughout each stage of the journey, he met people whose traditions and heritage were deeply rooted to the landscape of the American West.
Join these loveable nerds, Jessica and Joe, for a trip down the loneliest road in America and back in time as they explore prehistoric Nevada.
When you think of Nevada, what comes to mind? Probably not its epic art, but Reno’s got an avant garde art scene that’ll blow your mind.
Tag along as LA foodie blogger Tinger and her bff, Adam, road trip across Northern Nevada on the Loneliest Road in America—Hwy 50—in search of off-grid Nevada’s best food and drink.
If you don’t know Western Nevada, pay attention. Lake Tahoe straddles the border between Nevada and California. Just north is Reno, which sits in the otherworldly Carson Valley. And if you head north just 45 minutes from there you get to Pyramid Lake and some of the best fishing in the West.