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brian chorski’s endless american summer

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If you were to spend a summer in America, the trip would likely involve strolls through the sorbet-hued streets of San Francisco, afternoons spent lounging beside sleepy motel pools, and camping next to the lakes in the country’s mountainous national parks.

Basically, it would look like film photographer Brian Chorski’s vibrant portfolio. His sunny snaps focus on the colour of a lone building in San Francisco, the calming space where a lake meets a mountain, or a rusty vintage motel sign. It’s the kind of stuff you see on a postcard. If you're craving a summer holiday abroad (but just can't get there), gaze at Brian's dreamy snaps over here.