More from Sundance 2007
Well, you do have to keep warm there in January. For some reason, for at least two years running, this store has had this product prominently featured in it's front window on Main Street. I wonder how many they sell.
THE HITCHER II
I like these two images. This guy was thumbing a ride on the road out of Park City, heading towards Salt Lake City. I like how the part of the image blocked out by the sideview mirror in the first is almost all that is in the second. Both of these were shot out of the window of a moving car, so it wasn't planned at all. Just a happy accident.
Everyone thinks, "Ohhh... Ooooo... Sundance is so fun and glamourous!" Well, for the average attendee, this is what the film festival looks like. This is a shot of the line up tent outside of the Holiday Village Cinemas at around 6:30am. That's when you have to arrive if you don't already have a ticket and you want to get into the 8am screenings... and I just barely got in. A couple more views of Sundance at early morning.
Looking away from the tent, towards the Albertson's and the ski slopes beyond.
It starts to lighten up as I make it back from the Albertson's with my coffee and muffin to enjoy the wait list line.
An all too common sight for your humble servant.
A VERY SUNDANCE QUEUE
If you have a hard ticket, you wait to the left and you get in. If you don't, you wait to the right and you send up a little prayer. They say that there's no such thing as an atheist in a Sundance wait list line.
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