sun reflecting

To produce each photograph, I leave open the shutter for a very long
exposure. The result is an image of the moon or sun playing off of an
altered landscape. In this way, the heavenly meets with the human, the
immense with the intimate and one of the most constant forces in our
world—the movement of the solar bodies—interacts with a line of rocks or
grass: a mark that is small and completely fleeting in meaning and
form.

David Shannon-Lier

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