The full moon rises into a sky obscured by a bush full of brambles.

// HIGHLIGHTS


October



MEDIA: PHOTOGRAPHY

DATE: ONGOING

CLIENT: PERSONAL PROJECT


“Here is the truth about October: the earth takes a breath and slows down just enough for the chilled air to slip between the folds of your sweater and you hurry on as the trees tremble, sacrificing their leaves to the dirt one by one.” (Poem by Anna Peters)


October is a liminal month: some days are warm and golden reminders of the recent summer, some are blustery harbingers of the winter weather to come. This collection of images is a personal challenge to capture that fleeting eerie feeling that suffuses the days leading up to All Hallow's Eve.

Mist rises from the waters of the South Fork of the Madison River near Yellowstone National Park.
Multiple exposure of Russian Sage.
Walking down a trail full of autumn foliage.
Lightning illuminates the colors of a stormy sky.

Top row: Mist rises from the waters of the South Fork of the Madison River near Yellowstone National Park; multiple exposure of Russian Sage.
Bottom row: Walking down a trail full of autumn foliage; lightning illuminates the colors of a stormy sky.