Seeing in Sixes
Recently, Lenswork Magazine has solicited entries for a new publication called 'Seeing in Sixes'. From the Lenswork site:
"I see these small projects as a visual cousin to the haiku or six-word story — a compact expression of a single nature, possibly a story, definitely a theme, held together stylistically, and making a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts. Tight, distilled to the essentials, impactful, deeper than what is possible with a single image."
This got me thinking about an area that I am passionate about - the Tongass National Forest. Every time I visit southeast Alaska, I am drawn to its coast, the glaciers, the unpredictable weather, and its ruggedness. Like one of my previous posts, I decided to call it Land of Rain. It is a place of mystery, a place of beauty, and one that captures my imagination. Here are the six images:
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