My piece is called “Wadi Ramm,” a desert shot of black lampposts in a yellow landscape.
I am fascinated by the relationship between man and his surroundings. Every interaction we have with the land leaves a mark, a new reality. The incongruities of these new realities – our fingerprints – can be beautiful, whimsical, destructive. We must be more conscious of our coexistence with our world, and show it some love.
Selected by Arthur Ollman, Emeritus Professor at San Diego State University.