Diamond Craters is among those places that call to me because the land forms openly reveal their origins – their history is clearly written upon the surfaces before me. "Constant Movement" is a phrase drawn from old geology text and in this place is meant to speak not only about the geomorphology of the region, but also about the human experience of the moment in this place as the wind whips the mullein plants into motion.
Artist: Terri Warpinski (website)
Medium: Photography (Multimedia/Photography)
Dimensions: 36″ × 22″
Location: Second floor, #39 on the map