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Nathan Wirth: "When I photograph a rock in the sea, I am, of course, photographing a rock in the sea . . . But there are other possibilities to consider, such as mood, contemplation, presence, or, in my case, silence and solitude and this wonder of the marvelous fact that things exist . . . I am after that silence, after that solitude, after that cataloguing of the wonder that the rock even exists in the first place (or the sea that it rests in, or the sky above it, or the tides that undulate in and out, out and in)."