A November Witch is, as the name suggests, not
something to trifle with. The colorful name refers to the particularly nasty
storms that pummel the Great Lakes around this time of year. They can be
merciless systems; one such storm sank the Edmund
Fitzgerald freighter 40 years ago.
Dave Sandford captures that power
perfectly in his series Liquid Mountains,
which he shot during four weeks on the shores of Port Stanley, Ontario.
Although he respects the power of these storms, Sandford isn’t afraid of
them. The worse things get, the more compelled he is to be outside.
Read more about how Sandford captured these vicious waves and check out more photos.
What is this about?
This is my attic blog. It's an archive of old blog entries and posts on various blogs and blog-like things. When I close a project down, it goes here. This may move, the links aren't permanent, but if you're interested in reading stuff I've written over the years – go nuts!
CAUTION: it's about as well sorted as you'd expect an attic to be.
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