Girls left behind. Guys making bad choices. In his third book, Sunday Drive, photographer Luke Smalley continues his journey for truth inside the lives of small-town youth. This poignant photo novella tells a story of consequence when innocence takes a wrong turn. Girls getting ready, girls getting anxious. Boys bored. Wide-eyed, raw off the football field. Visiting hours: 1 to 8 p.m.
As in his past volumes, humor pervades: the boys' plight is juxtaposed with Smalley's amusement at the girls' preoccupation about what to wear.