Waking Up At Walmart by photographer Nolan Conway explores the little known world of people who stay in Walmart parking lots.
As you may or may not know, Walmart has a policy (at most stores) that allows travelers to spend the night for free in their parking lots. Some of the people who take advantage of the mega-store's policy are sometimes homeless who sleep in their cars or people traveling in their RVs who didn't want to spring for a hotel. Some spend the night in spacious luxury RVs, others are huddled up in cramped cars or vans, but what unites them all is the Walmart parking lot.
Walmart lots are a place Conway is intimately familiar with, having stayed in plenty of them when he used to be out on the road, before starting his Waking Up At Walmart series.
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