Summer Sunset Farm

On the quiet and winter-crushed roads outside of town, the density of nuclear mosquitoes skyrockets when summer finally arrives. Standing on the edge of a glacier-scared field, under the dome of clouds, and watching the thermonuclear fireball of our star vanish over the horizon, it’s easy to feel small. But if science allows me to understand these phenomena and my place in the world, the nature of what an image of that world means changes.

Summer Sunset Farm

5 thoughts on “Summer Sunset Farm”

    1. Thank you! The capturing was oddly challenging—I tried to pick a shutter speed slow enough to remove the swarming mosquitoes.

    1. Serendipity: my random wanderings and the sky really cooperated. I’m glad you like it!

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