This is a photograph of wind patterns I found imprinted into sand dunes. Upon seeing them, I was struck by the similarity all waves have across different mediums; from water, to air to these sandy dunes, waves crop up in surprisingly consistent ways. When I developed the photograph, I felt there was an uncanny consistency between the sand in the image, and the grains of silver halide crystals of celluloid. I intentionally left the brackets of the film in this scan as it highlights that strange relationship, and reminds us of how wonderful the medium of real celluloid is.
|Photo Location:||Winnemucca , Idaho, United States of America|
|Copyright:||© Curtis Tamm|