We are drawn to the unexplored. We are curious, and likely always have been. There is a craving we have to come to know a place we have not been to before. The stranger the place, the greater our curiosity.
In remote desert landscapes, when natural silence fully overcomes all other sound, it doesn’t take great effort to almost actually believe you are walking on another planet. When completely isolated in the desert, the only things that speak to you are the rocks, telling stories about what it was like before we were a part of this world.
AUTHOR: Zac Henderson (United States)
Zac Henderson is an editorial and fine art photographer. He is inspired by science and nature, particularly that which exists outside our plane of experience. His personal work seeks to challenge and alter our perspectives of the planet, ourselves, and our place in the cosmos.
Originally from the Deep South, he travels full time with his wife and two dogs across the US in a self-converted camper van.
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