American Wilderness: Grand Haven, Michigan
A black and white photo of two trees, one in front of the other that is shorter, in the middle of an empty dirt field. There are telephone poles in the distance. In the very foreground there is a patch of grass.
“Plant life will grow wherever roots can find soil. Weeds are the perfect example. They grow where we don't want them and we take measures to keep them away. Plants, even when controlled and arranged in domesticated landscapes have a beauty, tenacity, wildness, and humor that is evident throughout the four season. These photographs are of gardens in Newburyport and West Newbury, Massachusetts.” – Douglas R. Gilbert