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Long Island, NY
This image was a direct response to the emptiness of Dolphin Beach - a flat, broad beach that swept to the left and right as far as the eye could see. Before I reached the beach with Yvette, I had visions of sweeping dunes and rolling surf. Instead, I was met by flat, featureless sand. About the only element to work around, apart from the low morning sun, were the small tufts of beach-grass that were scattered across the upper beach. The shadow of these, combined with an unconventional camera angle, created an image which is a direct descendant of one of Claire I’d made a month earlier.
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