On the first day of field research we walked to a pothole on the South side of Deep Lake. These pictures convey different perspectives on how this space became a place for us.
As we rounded the bend, a wide valley opened before us. The form and constraint from previous experience seemed to immediately vanish. Prior beliefs, assumptions, theories, narratives, and comforts could not stretch to contain this new perpective and so were … Continue reading
Anonymous Field Notes The pothole is about 60 ft. in diameter and 40 ft. deep. The rocks are all basalt and seem to be organized by size. There are a section of small golf ball sized rocks, next to a … Continue reading