Randy Wells – Automotive – Car – Photographer – Writer – Filmmaker – Nature – Travel – Lifestyle – Seattle – Santa Barbara

RANDY WELLS is an award-winning automotive photographer, writer, and filmmaker known and published worldwide & based in Seattle / Santa Barbara.

CONTACT US or SHOP NOW at Randy’s searchable and secure archive for downloads, prints and products. Thousands of images in over 60 galleries can be viewed here: WELLS IMAGERY

See his Instagram page at: @cars.randywells
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IT WAS ONLY A MATTER OF TIME

“The 1960s animated cartoon series – The Jetsons – is best remembered for its depiction of a future that just never seems to get any closer (apart from video phones). And nothing about this future is more lamented than the prolonged absence of George Jetson’s flying electric car. The bad news: There are still no flying electric cars. The good news: Florida is building a place to park them.” Continue reading “”

THIS IS THE MEMORIAL DAY I’M TRYING TO FORGET

On May 22, National Road Trip Day, I decided to drive around the neighborhood, picking up some groceries and the mail. I also added a hundred new road trip images to the website, once i got home – while praying for better days ahead.

Hopefully, this pandemic is peaking and will begin to pass. Still, it has made existing problems all the more apparent. The incompetence and sheer selfishness exhibited by many has made the nation that our veterans sacrificed their lives for look pathetic. On the flip side, what happens next could serve as a once-in-a-multi-generational chance to build a better future. Continue reading “”

TAKE CARE OF EACH OTHER

Jackson Browne sang it best on “The Only Child”, but “Living in Another World”, a song by the British band Talk Talk, is just as good. It was recorded for their sophomore album The Colour of Spring in March of 1986.

I think it’s one of the more appropriate tunes for these uncertain times. I’m losing feathers too. “Life is what you make it” ain’t bad either. Continue reading “”