David Muench, inventor of original and oft-imitated approaches to the landscape, brings his own idea of geography into both his spectacular color and black and white images.
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
The Timeless Moment Of Ice Light
How can subjects that change from moment to moment speak of eternity? Here, half a world away, I'm working away at one of my favorite notions: the timeless moment, and how to preserve it photographically.
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Suspended, camera ready, a timeless moment between primal past and infinite future The migration from far, far below begins in predawn light. Hundreds of people wind their way up from sea level in cars, buses and motorcycles.
Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Three Rivers Petroglyph: When we ride in search of the unique, magic rides shotgun I’ve visited the Three Rivers Petroglyph site, a unique place in the Chihuahuan Desert, many times over the years.
Tuesday, September 14, 2010
Of old dogs, new tricks and the freedom to connect—digitally speaking I’ve been at this game for a while, but in truth, I feel I’m doing some of my best work right now.
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Under our noses, a chance to make a statement—and a difference It almost looks like two rocks kissing. Or an elephant trunk. I found this granite arch in the 1970s purely by accident.
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Mauna Loa View
“Presence” to the land goes far beyond a statement of location As photographers, I think we reach others not just by building a sterile inventory of detail, but by seeking pristine and primal light and using it to the landscape’s advantage.
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