In the Garden 10. Atlanta, GA. February 2013
Silver gelatin print, 10×10 inches
Part of a new series of photographs, growing slowly, from reading Stanley Kunitz’ Wild Braid (with Genine Lentine).
“I feel as though I’m a traveler exploring territory that may not be wholly new, but it has reverberations and images that seem to have a collective presence. It’s still a feeling, a sensibility that is mysterious and in many ways because I don’t know exactly where I am at this moment, in terms of the imaginative, the creative process, but I know I am searching for something different from the terrain I was familiar with. And yet, it isn’t simply a new landscape. When I finally come to grips with my night visitor, I’ll know more clearly what it is I have in mind, which seems to be a new set of images, but connected very much with my whole history.”