Vanishing Point

February 09, 2013

Vanishing Point

Sometimes when the tide is out and the sun is masked by an incoming storm system from the northeast, the marshlands take on an otherworldly quality. The channel, where buffleheads and black ducks foraged only an hour before, now embodies a beautiful, geometric desolation. In composing the shot, I wanted to capture, in particular, the converging of the landscape's dominate lines.

 


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