A portion of my recent work examines the man-made landscape that our contemporary suburban/consumer society has constructed over the course of the last several generations. Most of it is spiritually vacuous and is devoid of cultural value and leaves a legacy that is greatly lacking. The suburban/consumer landscape has been homogenized, sanitized and distilled to the point that it has lost any sense of individuality as it seeks to be completely inoffensive.
So, Satch and I took off for the shopping area. After arriving, over the course of an hour-plus I made several exposures and Satch took some snapshots while I worked. Some of my photographs are presented here as a contact sheet of sorts that shows the frames that I chose to print. Please take a look at the finished photographs below the contact sheet and later I will talk a little about them.
|(click on the contact sheet to enlarge)|