“To the complaint, 'There are no people in these photographs,' I respond, There are always two people: the photographer and the viewer.” Ansel Adams
"Undulating hills of brown suede with more barbed wire and antelope than people!" It was my first reaction to Wyoming's miles and miles of vast, open and uninhabited land. I had just moved from the Atlanta area where you could literally get overrun by the vegetation. The south lost the Civil war and its battle with kudzu! Wyoming's sparse landscapes were completely foreign to me and a bit intimidating. Over the years and many miles driven across the state, my appreciation for the uniqueness of Wyoming's landscapes has grown. Recently on road trips with my husband, I have been taking, passenger seat, out the window, 80 mph, images that have become my reference source for the series,I Can See for Miles. It's my hope that this series connects with those who know this landscape and those who are yet to experience it.