The mind is a place best viewed from borderlands
Gerald Murnane, Border Districts
After yesterday’s more technical description of my Sage Creek Valley flight, today an attempt of a second layer.
I think about photography as a dialogue — between the features of the subject and my abilities to perceive them.
The sparsity of the landscape and its contrasts call for black and white, and this is a good choice, because it also helps emphasizing the occurrences of natural borders.
Here the borders occur at different scales and in different contexts, in the texture of the ground, the vast horizons,
and in the transition between grassland and desert.