Midnight Cowgirl

I pulled this photograph out of my travel archives. I am no cowgirl but named the picture after one of my favorite films from the late 1960s starring Jon Voight and Dustin Hoffman.


13 thoughts on “Midnight Cowgirl

  1. It is not. I bought this suitcase a few years after I made my first trip across the country. It has seen many travels. I call it my Burroughs bag. I still have it sitting at the bottom of my closet, in rough shape.

  2. That’s a great photo. I love the hitching-a-ride feel and the black and white. Black and white adds a great sense of drama to any work… The noirs of the 30s turned it into genius works of cinematography. Anyway, love the concept and the photo!

    • Thank you so much. I still own a manual camera and love taking black and white photographs. I enjoy things that have a process to them such as working in a dark room and so forth. Digital cameras are great and very convenient but there is something that we lose when things become easier. As for films from the 1930s, there are some good ones. I do love me some noir! Have you ever seen Reefer Madness?

  3. You have chosen a delightful photograph,
    very retro, indeed I thought it was a model 🙂

    Have a wondrously nice Wednesday…


    • Hey, thanks! I have been thinking a lot about the film Easy Rider. I thought it would be cool to post an older, gritty photograph of myself. A very good friend of mine took it many years ago. Thanks for stopping and checking out my blog. Hope you have a lovely weekend!

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