This Man Has Been Train-Hopping For Four Years And Has Taken These Photos Along The Way
One day in 2004, a teenager from Arizona, Mike Brodie, was given a Polaroid camera. What he did with it is nothing short of amazing. With no photography training whatsoever, he nonetheless brought his camera along with him as he traveled around the United States for four years, spending a lot of his time with friends, hopping trains. Yes, that's right, stowing away on trains, taking photographs all the way. In 2008, Brodie received the Braum Award for American emerging artists for his work. Then as suddenly as he arrived in the profession, he left photography behind. Brodie is now a diesel mechanic. Check out some of the awesome images he captured during his four years of hopping trains below.