Originally from Scotland, photographer Sandy Carson relocated to Texas in the 90’s and has now spent more than half of his life there. His 12-year project, “I’ve Always Been a Cowboy in My Heart”—recently published as a photo book by Yoffy Press— follows the theme of the “great American road trip”, seen through the eyes of a Scotsman.
As his statement describes, the series chronicles his “fascination with everyday occurrences in the social landscape and explores the spaces between clarity and imperfection, composing a personal slice of America.”
See more from “I’ve Always Been a Cowboy in My Heart” below.
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