« These photographs, made along a stream near my home in Waterville, Maine, began as meditations on nature: quiet observations of the water and what was reflected, refracted, and shadowed upon its surface. The title is a stanza from Wallace Stevens’s « Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird. » The poem invokes, among other themes, the idea that as nature we are all connected: the flora and fauna, the air above and the ground below. « A man and a woman are one », he wrote, « A man and a woman and a blackbird are one. »
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