Sego Canyon Strange scrawled images, haunting, drawn in red ochre – stark, smooth walls, higher than a human’s reach. A quick lizard awaits the end of day’s heat, hidden beneath peckings of ghostly humans, spiraling snakes and big horned sheep. A tender green vine curls like a fetus into water washed red rock.
Is it possible for a photograph to actually capture part of the soul of the subject? Certainly some aboriginal cultures have a very clear answer to the question: Yes. Yet, the immensely beautiful portrait above, appearing here courtesy of Benoit Paillé, may actually have a different effect, causing the soul of the viewer to […]humans, photography