(Photo credit: Gary Potts, Yellowstone Midnight)
Moonlight has the ability to transform snow to sand and back again. The sweeping hills of Gary Potts’ Yellowstone Midnight could easily stand for dunes were they not chilled a sub zero blue.
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(Photo credit: John Beaver, “Silvia 1”)
At times the physical components of a photograph speak volumes about the subject of the image contained within. Here, the peeling emulsion of John Beaver’s portrait echoes the ordeal of radiation treatment.
In his own words:
Silvia 1 is the first in a series of five portraits of Silvia and the mask she used as part of her treatment for a brain aneurysm. She is posed but only generally so, the details having been left up to her. I seem to gravitate toward tension in my photography — between the intentional and the accidental…
And so in Silvia 1 the failed part of the long-out-of-date and discontinued Polaroid emulsion cuts into Silvia’s head from behind, and the natural but slightly awkward position of her hand suggests far more than I ever could have consciously schemed before tripping the shutter.
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