People are alone. Access to information has drastically changed the way that we live and has caused us to live confined within self isolated environments. Air conditioning, cars, public transit, hotels, television, and even the internet has stifled natural explorative natures; as such many serene perspectives go unnoticed and ignored.
The purpose of this series is to highlight and preserve those small and unobtrusive moments of time that pass on unknown. - Sam Stone
Sam Stone grew up on the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains, and studied public relations at Taylor University - a small evangelical college in the middle of Indiana. He lives and works in New York now where he is a senior merchandise manager for France & Søn, a contemporary furniture and decor company. See more of his work on his website.