A Shocking Look at America’s Altered Landscapes

“It was a thrilling way to work, to see, and to make pictures. In a little Cessna, set against such a vast landscape, I felt like I became a disembodied eye. It was an act of pure seeing, or seeing with one’s entire body, if that makes sense. And that is what captivated me, more than the fact that I was in an airplane per se.”

Article source: http://www.slate.com/blogs/behold/2013/05/10/david_maisel_black_maps_american_landscapes_and_the_apocalyptic_sublime.html

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