|Trapped in an industrial park for 48 hours
waiting for an airplane flight, photographer Kyle Cassidy
uses the time to think about the intersection of humans and
the natural landscape in a place where the natural
landscape, as much as possible, is completely erased and
redrawn and also to write about himself in the third person.
Along with poetry by Jane-Rebecca Cannaralla this book
examines the New Topographic movement as an inevitable one
for people without the resources to travel but with the
inclination to try and find some beauty in every-day life.
100 pages, high resolution .pdf: to order send $3 or more to paypal.me/kylecassidy
It may take 24 hours for your link to arrive.
Also available instantly for the kindle right here though the layout is less sophisticated and the resolution is lower, but it gets added to your kindle library....