Untitled 48602 (Scarborough, Maine), 2004, Archival pigment print, 12x12 or 24x24".
I photographed this side of the road marsh (part of the Rachel Carson Wildlife Preserve)for many years on my way to the beach in the early morning. It changes so dramatically based on tide and season. It's starting to fell like summer around here, warm, and everything is turning that vibrant green.
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