A few weeks ago, I saw a headline saying that there are more masks than jellyfish in the oceans. During walks to the store and bank I started to notice them in gutters. I couldn’t find the Guardian link, but Sandra Gregson sent to me on Facebook.
December 7, 2018 – December 6, 2019 a full year of Car Footprint in the Snow images
Posts began with silhouettes left in snow when vehicles moved from parking spots. I started this series on January 11, 2019 but recently I found this photograph (above) from December 7, 2018 that I had forgotten. While people complained about the winter, my lenses shifted toward the mess made in pristine snow when cars drive away. I began to see it as human aggression. As I experimented with camera settings and apps, the photographs showed relationships among the bay window, a maple tree and snow. The cars and this street have been here for little over 100 years. The snow has been making an annual return for millennia.
December 6, 2019 More Snow
December 2, 2019 Snow and slipping camera
December 1, 2019
A big tree survives and thrives in a small yard. Camera apps have transcended their navigation function to examine the care and neglect of my responsibilities to the Land.
November 27, 2019