This series examines glitches and gotchas’ in the scenery as I travel through it. A combination of eclipsed, compressed, elasticized, truncated details reflect an unbalanced relationship with the surroundings — also known as the environment.
Not unlike commonplace attitudes towards our biosphere, detachment is tranquilizing and worrisome at the same time—like an indifferent or neglectful disregard.
It’s past time to take stock and take care of the consequences of our irresponsible affect on our habitat. It’s rapidly (or already) approaching the brink of too late.