What the Mexican Border Looks Like at Night While at Big Bend National Park in West Texas, I headed up the hill at night, hearing rustling javelinas (mountain lion?), and saw a few lights in the distance. This was Mexico a few miles away. Nearby, which you can’t see, is the Rio Grande/Rio Bravo, which
Looking Out to Mexico at Night on the Border: Big Bend National Park
What is it like to sleep next to a glacier at night in remote Greenland? Terrifying, stunning and exhilarating, during my month journey spent in Southern Greenland–much of the time next to a glacier and the thousand mile ice sheet–documenting the dramatic shifting environment. See: Photographing the Haunting Beauty of Melting Glaciers in Greenland The aim
Capturing the Environment, Glaciers and Norse History at Night Grant Support From American-Scandinavian Foundation and The Lois Roth Endowment See also, “Photographing the Haunting Beauty of Melting Glaciers in Greenland.” Sleeping next to a glacier in Greenland at night was terrifying, stunning and exhilarating. The sounds at night were compelling. They ranged from thundering ice breaks; strange baaing
Changing Climate and History: “Inertia,” Greenland Photography Project Funded by the American-Scandinavian Foundation and Lois Roth Endowment Photographing the Haunting Beauty of Melting Glaciers, Aiming to Link History and the Environment Informed by Changing Climate and History Follow on Social Media Using #GreenlandPhoto Capturing the receding glaciers in Greenland is the focus of recent grants
It Seems Like the End is Near: Night Photography in Wyoming The town of Buffalo is about twenty miles away, but it oddly glowed in the foggy night. Strange. Later it rained, and nearby on the main road, a truck stopped in the middle of the road with no driver; moments later it was gone.
Applying to Marion International Fellowship for $18,000 to Photograph The Irrevocably Scarred Landscape in the West The West’s spectacular energy boom has finally gone bust. And with fuel prices declining, the dream seekers are departing, leaving the landscape irrevocably scarred. “West: Lost World,” is a journey exploring this changed land. Using photography, music, fictional
I was drawn to this tree at the edge of Artist’s Camp at Brush Creek Ranch Foundation during a recent residency. It was haunting; this long exposure of about 30 minutes was lit by a camp fire we made about twenty feet away.
I would head up Brush Creek Ranch Road several times at night over the last two weeks, and would come across a subtle faint light coming from the north west; it was Saratoga, Wyoming twenty miles away. This time, I made a nearly two hour exposure. The clouds showed up hauntingly as just washes of
Images of The First Few Days at Brush Creek Foundation, an Artist Residency in Wyoming
Nightlandscape Photo From the Series, “Between” At night, just as sun was setting completely, I came across this scene along the canal in Pennsylvania, which seemed so much like a nineteenth century painting, the source of some of my photographic inspiration.