Fog and Mirage

Tamar Rothstein
Jan 16, 2014 5:19PM

 Fog and Mirage is a series of landscape images shot on the northern shores of California. Although the landscape images are real, we used the photographs as words. Poets would use their memories and reflections of their real life events to compose poems. Some reflections are real as they were experienced some use to create a fictional reality. These images of landscape are memories of fog, much like a mirage, they become an optical phenomenon a false image, appears to create a wonder and admiration of the obvious and the familiar. 

Tamar Rothstein
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