We need a change of scenery

What was my immediate association as soon as I saw this first photograph? Lonely loos. Two bright green loos in the middle of cold icy nowhere. I love the visual – and I do suspect it won’t smell too bad? The other photos appeal to my longing for space. But I am not sure it will be fun in the cold…

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Beautiful photographs from the series 'Signs of American Life' by Stephen TamiesieBeautiful photographs from the series 'Signs of American Life' by Stephen TamiesieBeautiful photographs from the series 'Signs of American Life' by Stephen TamiesieBeautiful photographs from the series 'Signs of American Life' by Stephen TamiesieBeautiful photographs from the series 'Signs of American Life' by Stephen Tamiesie

Beautiful photographs from the series ‘Signs of American Life’ by Stephen Tamiesie / Words from the photographer:

My photographs analyze the relationship between humanity and environment in a muted and simple manner.  In the broadest sense, all humans identify with an environment, whether on a macro level of habitation and commerce or locally through interactions within ones culture.  My purpose in examining this relationship with a camera is to document the effects that humanity brands upon its environment, whether visible or obscured.  The resulting images illustrate a simultaneous portrait of domain, human existence and control – byproducts of a relationship that all individuals have with the space around them.

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