Week 40 - Covering my stomach, I approached the installation. It was my face that I covered when I realized the silent apparitions were not abstracted sheets of fabric but body bags, each tagged with the name of a tribe or nation. The tears were swift and sudden. Bonnie Devine’s “Manitoba” had touched me before the description had been read. Later, reading that it was not an old cruelty but a fresh offence that was being evoked further saddened me, giving my gut an extra twist.
Week 20 - Contrast. It was there at the time of the exposure yet not until it made the big screen did the various layers reveal themselves. How many levels do you see?
Week 6 - Weather around the globe has been seriously off-kilter. The minor snow event on February eighth couldn't be ignored because these might be the last appreciable flakes of the season. This is one of those trees that is hard to ignore. Beneath the nearly full moon with each branch covered in powder there was quite an eldritch quality to the morning.
ROUND TOWN BY MASEO SEKI // if this is a bracelet, I must have it.
Week 45 - Joyce Kilmer’s 1913 supposition, equating the verbal to the arboreal, taken at face value would render this vista as an entire famous fall anthology. It is four images composited together from an exceedingly fine autumn afternoon at White Clay State Park in Delaware.
The Trolley Car Diner - Philadelphia, PA (Chestnut Hill Neighborhood)