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“The life and death of the saw grass is only a moment of that flow in which time, the vastest river, carries us and all life forward. The water is timeless, forever new and eternal.”
Marjory Stoneman Douglas
Lake Okeechobee and the eastern Everglades have been the subject of my photographic work for over a decade. Initially mesmerized by the natural beauty, I became intrigued over time by the natural landscape and the understanding of place. Capturing this ancient place called home by people for thousands of years, I see a crossover of past and present in one place. Each photograph is a timeless moment. In this place, I am witness to the intersection of mother nature and history. This collection of work culminates the wet and dry seasons, the tree islands-vital to the lake’s ecology, the vast openness of Lake Okeechobee, and the narrow riverbeds of the Loxahatchee River. Each place with its own imprint of time and context, but together forming a part of the Everglades.