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Night for Day

Yellow Upper

Mint Cool

February 18th
Line o' Light
Between Up and Down


Blue Before Dawn
Edge of Night
The process of taking these pictures involved scoping out a location along the shore to set up the tripod/camera. Then, while focusing my gaze on the horizon, I would enter a meditative dreamlike state that often lasted for several hours. During that time, I would take only a few pictures. Depending on the interplay between sky, sea, sunlight, and my state of mind, the exposures lasted anywhere from seconds to minutes.

Prints from this series take on a painterly quality. It's not surprising I have always admired color field paintings, especially ones from the 1940s to 1960s.
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