When I lived in the desert, the ground was bare and the grass grew in small clumps and was mostly dried out or dead. We longed for water and for green. Today, the Arizona high desert is a memory and, despite the drought in our current home, there still exists the expanses of green I longed for. In this piece I juxtaposed a photograph of one environment over another as the tests of one place overlap the present. Time and place influence us all, but somehow the grass persists and carries on.
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- File type: image/jpeg
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- Owner: @sher