Taos Pueblo is steeped in tradition. It’s residents continue their time honoured ways, with some select 21st Century adaptation. Their sacred mountain behind them, is the center of their world. We owe them a debt, for keeping this place the way it has been for so many hundreds of years. It was too mystical for a ‘straight shot’.
‘Cape Wreak’ was shot on the East Cape of Mexico’s Baja in 1999…another in my Infrared Landscape series. This Coast is as unforgiving and remote, as it is beautiful. I remember how grateful I was, for the cloud cover after many days of relentless sun.
‘HIGHWAY #13’ on the Canadian Prairies, is another in my Infrared landscape series. Infrared film cuts through the atmosphere right to the blackness of space above. Regrettably, this film is no longer available.
Print #1/1………. 44″ x 59″……….SOLD Print #1/5……. 17.5″ x 23.5″……….available Print #4/15……. 11″ x 14.75″……….available
‘IRRIGATED FIELDS’ Is a bit of a disturbing observation of MAN vs NATURE. On the one hand, it’s a testament to Man’s determination to overcome our limitations but also hints at the unsustainable short-term nature of our 20th Century solutions. We are impressive but I find Nature is more so… I’m hopeful we’ll find ways to work more symbiotically with Nature in the 21st Century.
Jet Stream over Oliver was captured in Oliver, British Columbia. The southern part of this area of BC is very hot and dry. There’s a lot of small cactus everywhere. This image is part of a larger body of Infrared Landscapes. I was struck by intrusion of modernity, on the natural world below.