Traversing the Landscape

Traveling on the highway 395, an apparent insipid story begins to unfold. Cars traveling on top of asphalt that moves with the topography of the land begins to create a rhythm, a constant repetition of elements create a symphony of dullness. Amongst all the emptiness, a moving element of undulations becomes a focal point within the landscape. Over head wires strung together by towers mimic the pattern of fences constantly placed in areas to control access. Metal conducts electric currents though the sky, metal in fences are only used for its semi-unbreakable capabilities. Influence of metal on soil types is what creates dust omissions, dust defines a dry lake bed called Owens Lake.


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