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Recently, in looking again at images I've made over the last dozen years, I realized how many have water (rivers, the sea, lakes) as a focus. This led me to wonder why this is so (why does water speak so much more to me than other subjects), and so I have been looking to see just what else I have used as a focus of attention in my images. In my last post, I began to show some of these other images, and I am going to continue along that way for a while.
These two images represent to me two intertwining experiences of human existence: impermanence and incessant change, and then constancy and persistence. The first is a meadow in a mountain valley in North Carolina, the second are Wanapum petroglyphs in the Gingko Petrified Forest State Park in Washington state.