I hope you are well again. I missed a sunrise shoot too -
just was too tired because I walked so much in NY - I
just hate to travel with the subway - as convenient it may
I totally agree with your lines about public art projects. Most
artwork does have its climax appeal when they´re kept
simple - at least to me - and this is my opinion. Its difficult
to explain for an artist how his artwork should be "read" -
that´s impossible to achieve for everybody but I think it
worked with you and maybe with me.
I will add my Gates pictures on my website soon - you´re
invited to have a look at it. I´ll notify you on this thread
I haven´t been to the Conn. hills - I´m from Germany and that´s
a little far away. But at my home in the rural there are plenty
of so called moraine (from the ice age) rocks lying around - com-
pletely covered by moss and lichens. Very beautiful. But manmade walls appear there too - they were WWII bunkers. I avoid walking too
close - you never know what is inside.
So it was interesting to read your lines about the influence of man
on the natural surroundings. The forest seems to be man-planted
too - too regular.
all the best,