Neil Young, Broken Arrow Ranch, Half Moon Bay, CA 1971
In 1970 Neil Young bought the farm and named it Broken Arrow, after the Buffalo Springfield song. “I like people, I just don’t have to see them all the time,” he is quoted as saying. David Crosby, his bandmate in Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young used to describe the complicated route into the ranch as “his filtering system.” It looked so pastoral with the herd of cows on the hill behind him that I quickly took a picture.” — Henry Diltz
Photographer: Henry Diltz
Silver gelatin print.
Signed by Henry Diltz
#12/750 Limited edition
8 x 10 ¥40,000 $350
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