As we prepare for our summer travels (during which time posts to this blog will be on the short, sweet, or somewhat sporadic side), we leave you with this wonderful exhibition website featuring the atmospheric photographs of Robert Adams:
Still photographs often differ from life more by their silence than by the immobility of their subjects. Landscape pictures tend to converge with life, however, on summer nights, when the sounds outside, after we call in children and close garage doors, are small—the whir of moths, the snap of a stick.
— Robert Adams, 1985
top: Longmont, Colorado, 1979 from Adams’ Summer Nights series
bottom: Baker County, Oregon, 2003, from his series titled Pine Valley