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An 88-acre tract of old growth forest south of Paoli, Indiana. This is the largest remaining old growth woodland in Indiana.

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Old Growth: Indiana Pioneer Mothers Memorial Forest – December 28, 2008

Kelso Dunes, Mojave National Preserve (Part 1 of 3)

Alaka’i Swamp, Kaua’i – July 27, 2008

Light Pollution Series One: Artificial Night Lighting and Photosynthetic Organisms

Garfield Park Conservatory, Chicago – December 21, 2008

Rancho Mesa, Mojave Desert – October 12, 2008

Red Hill & Salton City, Salton Sea – October 6-7, 2008

The Goose Creek Road Farm

My photographs from “Honest Work: Life on a Humboldt Cannabis Farm During Harvest Season” by Dave Reeves, are now available online in the December 2008 issue of Arthur Magazine. Read it online here. Download the complete issue as a PDF here.

High and dry

Headlamp tracers outside the greenhouse

Weed porn 1

The drying shack

More Into The Green:

Kelso Dunes, Mojave National Preserve (Part 1 of 3)

Alaka’i Swamp, Kaua’i – July 27, 2008

Old Growth: Indiana Pioneer Mothers Memorial Forest – December 28, 2008

Old Growth: Roan Mountain & Mt. Mitchell – September 14 & 16, 2008

Light Pollution Series One: Artificial Night Lighting and Photosynthetic Organisms

Garfield Park Conservatory, Chicago – December 21, 2008

Rancho Mesa, Mojave Desert – October 12, 2008

Tempe, AZ – November 15-17, 2008

Glendale Narrows, Los Angeles River – October 14, 2008

Glendale Narrows, Los Angeles River – October 3, 2008

Red Hill & Salton City, Salton Sea – October 6-7, 2008

Atwater Village, Los Angeles – September 23, 24 & 29, 2008

Diamonds Redux: Trona Revisited

Arrived in Lihue, Kaua’i from LAX around 10pm. Rented my car and drove through light rain down the  two-lane roads splitting Wailua, Kapa’a and other small towns down the middle. Air smells like wet floppy plants and dirt. This is my first trip to the tropics, so I think it smells like a swamp. Like the North American almost-tropics of the Everglades and the Atchafalaya bayous. I crank the defrosters and turn the local contemporary reggae station up for an irie version of The Cars’ “Drive.” Tuning around to a hippie New Age broadcast where a spaced-out lady DJ talks about all the bad vibes on the mainland, and how Kaua’i has to radiate more positivity or something. Then she plays some trance music so it’s over to another reggae station.

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