Diane, 11:30 AM, February 24th. Checking Out The Entries For The Welcome To Twin Peaks Project
by Twin Pie on Feb 24, 2013 • 10:20 AM • 4 Comments
“Diane, 11:30 AM, February 24th. Entering the town of Twin Peaks.”
24 years ago today, Special Agent Dale Cooper drove past the Welcome to Twin Peaks sign for the very first time, entering a town that would forever change his life. And ours.
Two weeks ago, I launched the Welcome to Twin Peaks Project by inviting you to go out, look around and, with the help of the soundtrack’s album sleeve, discover that curved road leading to Twin Peaks.
Here are all the #welcometotwinpeaks entries received… so far… because just like Twin Peaks is a continuing story, the Welcome to Twin Peaks Project never ends! Yes, please keep on submitting! I’ll keep featuring your photos. You can find all the details on how to participate here.
I would like to thank all participants so much for these 24 beautiful entries from all over the world!
Welcome to The Bronx, NY, USA by Carlos J Ramirez. The very first entry!
Welcome to Nantes, France by @dale_coop
Welcome to Hobart, Tasmania, Australia by Sarah Bee
Welcome to Kearney, NE, USA by @pleasant_grendel
Welcome to Paimio, Finland by Valtteri Vikstrom
Welcome to Berkeley, CA by Cheyenne Barr
Welcome to Long Beach, CA, USA by Douglas Stone
Welcome to Udine, Italy by Arturo D. Fabbro
Welcome to Paris, France by David Marques
Welcome to Gilbert, AZ, USA by @blacklodgecast
Welcome to Strood, Kent, England by Olivia Lynn Tweedale
Welcome to Milwaukie, OR, USA by Gabrielle Fane
South Milwaukee, WI, USA by Annemarie
Welcome to Gosford, Australia by Jonathan Phillips
Welcome to Dudley, UK by Johnny Davies
Welcome to Lawrence, KS, USA by Laura Strevell
Welcome to Memphis, Tennessee, USA by Shara Lorea Clark
Welcome to Everett, WA, USA by Melissa Jilk
Welcome to Monroe, WA, USA by Melissa Jilk (Photobombed by Leo Johnson)
Welcome to Monroe, WA, USA by Melissa Jilk
Welcome to Äänekoivisto, Finland by Seppo Raivio
Welcome to Honolulu, Hawai by Garett Kashimoto
Welcome to Snoqualmie, WA, USA by Charles Ramsey (hmmm… striking similarity!)
And an honorable mention goes out to Scott Ryan from the Red Room Podcast for this fan photo!
When this kind of fire starts, it is very hard to put out.
Twenty-five years after Twin Peaks debuted on television, David Lynch and Mark Frost are revisiting a place both wonderful and strange.
Come and join us if you don't want to miss a single step of their journey.