An essential part of thinking photographically is figuring out the best position to place the camera in order to make a picture. In the history of photography, this often meant long and arduous travels to the most exotic places and breathtaking vistas. This series of images was made with a novelty 35mm film camera with a faulty film advance. Using in-camera editing and chance, I found these cinematic, unaltered and lyrical moments. In addition to the camera and the sequential nature of 35 mm film, these images use my car as a framing device. I wanted to acknowledge that the vehicle itself was yet another device that enabled me to make these photographs.