Sea Blues paints a beautiful picture of two girls' European road trip

Date
27 May 2013
Reading Time
1 minute read

Pratt Institute graduates Cait Opperman and Yael Malka spent the summer of 2012 travelling across Europe and North Africa with only each other for company. On their way they kept an in-depth visual diary of each other as well as the people that housed them along the way. They also managed to capture a stunning selection of landscapes, interiors and shots of the natives of each country they passed through living life as only they know how. The resulting book of images, Sea Blues, is a wonderful study of two people finding their place in the world and experiencing that uniquely American coming-of-age, the road trip.

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Cait Opperman and Yael Malka: Sea Blues

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Cait Opperman and Yael Malka: Sea Blues

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Cait Opperman and Yael Malka: Sea Blues

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Cait Opperman and Yael Malka: Sea Blues

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Cait Opperman and Yael Malka: Sea Blues

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Cait Opperman and Yael Malka: Sea Blues

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Cait Opperman and Yael Malka: Sea Blues

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Cait Opperman and Yael Malka: Sea Blues

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James Cartwright

James started out as an intern in 2011 and came back in summer of 2012 to work online and latterly as Print Editor, before leaving in May 2015.

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