Every Mile is Two

Zach Slootsky


Spring, flaunting the promise of summer, is a time to reflect back on the long winter months. Winter exposes the bones of landscape, confesses the hidden structure, while abstracting its natural forms. Our national identity is tied to this land. That relationship contracts and swells with the seasons, a shared psychological rhythm. Silent and severe, Zach Slootsky's photos highlight fractal forms and the kind of calm that makes your ears ring.