What do you remember when you walk by a stream? What is the “gesture” of a tree? How do time and memory affect our impressions of a day spent in the woods or by a stream? These images, shot along the Huron River, are part of a series on Disappearing Wetlands. I try to capture lasting impressions of wetlands that are changing, receding over time… some faint, some distinct.
For more of this series go to Time.