Category Archives: Photography

Giganticus Headicus

(This article appears in Issue #4 of Americana Magazine, Gone Are The Days, written and photographed by Margaret Malandruccolo) It was a quiet early morning. I’d been on Route 66 for about three days and had just left Kingman, AZ, heading north.

Giganticus Headicus

(This article appears in Issue #4 of Americana Magazine, Gone Are The Days, written and photographed by Margaret Malandruccolo) It was a quiet early morning. I’d been on Route 66 for about three days and had just left Kingman, AZ, heading north.

Gone Are The Days

(This article appears in Issue #4 of Americana Magazine, Gone Are The Days, written and photographed by Margaret Malandruccolo) Since the early 1900s, and throughout the twentieth century, the genre of the Western film was pivotal in the development and expansion of the iconic

Gone Are The Days

(This article appears in Issue #4 of Americana Magazine, Gone Are The Days, written and photographed by Margaret Malandruccolo) Since the early 1900s, and throughout the twentieth century, the genre of the Western film was pivotal in the development and expansion of the iconic

Lance Henriksen

(This article appears in Issue #4 of Americana Magazine, Gone Are The Days, written and photographed by Margaret Malandruccolo) On a warm, sunny morning in Agua Dulce, CA, sitting on a café patio sipping coffee and looking thoughtfully out to the street, Lance

Lance Henriksen

(This article appears in Issue #4 of Americana Magazine, Gone Are The Days, written and photographed by Margaret Malandruccolo) On a warm, sunny morning in Agua Dulce, CA, sitting on a café patio sipping coffee and looking thoughtfully out to the street, Lance

The Mobile Farrier

(This article appears in Issue #2 of Americana Magazine, The Great Wide Open, written and photographed by Margaret Malandruccolo) far·ri·er — fere r/ noun: farrier; plural noun: farriers; a craftsman who trims and shoes horses’ hooves. One day at a friend’s ranch,

The Mobile Farrier

(This article appears in Issue #2 of Americana Magazine, The Great Wide Open, written and photographed by Margaret Malandruccolo) far·ri·er — fere r/ noun: farrier; plural noun: farriers; a craftsman who trims and shoes horses’ hooves. One day at a friend’s ranch,

Salvation Mountain

(This article appears in Issue #1 of Americana Magazine, True Blue, written and photographed by Margaret Malandruccolo) I lived in Southern California for fourteen years before I ever heard of Salvation Mountain, and then all of a sudden I heard about it incessantly

Salvation Mountain

(This article appears in Issue #1 of Americana Magazine, True Blue, written and photographed by Margaret Malandruccolo) I lived in Southern California for fourteen years before I ever heard of Salvation Mountain, and then all of a sudden I heard about it incessantly

Irons in the Fire

(This article appears in Issue #2 of Americana Magazine, The Great Wide Open, written and photographed by Margaret Malandruccolo) Stacie B. London is a woman to behold. Her new business card aptly reads, “TOO MANY IRONS IN THE FIRE: design consultant, creative collaborator,

Irons in the Fire

(This article appears in Issue #2 of Americana Magazine, The Great Wide Open, written and photographed by Margaret Malandruccolo) Stacie B. London is a woman to behold. Her new business card aptly reads, “TOO MANY IRONS IN THE FIRE: design consultant, creative collaborator,