Plethora of Pictures

Lenapehoking

Wigwam

The edge

Hybrid land

Convergent evolution

Environmental anthropology

“During the American revolution the term wigwam was used by British soldiers to describe a wide variety of makeshift structures.








Latest Consumptions

https://alecsoth.com/photography/projects/broken-manual

Snapshot Photography: The Lives of Images by Catherine Zuromskis

Echopraxia by Peter Watts

Freeze-Frame Revolution by Peter Watts

Me, Myself, and Land

Digging up more photos from my archives, changing them, and trying out new possibilities, or identities for them

Post-analog photography revival

What is the film look that escapes digital photography?

How to remember something you didn’t experience first-hand?

Reality is null, there is only…

Art-making doesn’t feel like an efficient way to live for my circumstances.

Recent Consumptions

Can’t Help Myself & Death of the Author (YouTube)

Masters of Photography, Ernst Haas

Lartigue: Life in Color

Deep South by Sally Mann

what i see by Brooklyn Beckham

Ancient and Modern by William Eggleston

Still Time by Sally Mann

The Gowanus Canal • September 6, 2021

Special thanks to Gary @standupvirgin who invited me to see first-hand our mistreated water but also appreciate its value and the life that found ways to exist despite of the pollution @gowanusdredgers

From watching it by in a subway car to taking it slow and riding it on canoe: The Gowanus Canal.

Recent Media Consumption:

The Guerrilla Girls’ Bedside Companion to the History of Western Art

Photographers on Photography : How the Masters See, Think & Shoot by Henry Carroll

Disney’s Cruella

Kahlo by Eckhard Hollman

For the Love of Music: A Conductor’s Guide to the Art of Listening by John Mauceri

Blame! by Tsutomu Nihei

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gowanus_Canal

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/sep/02/gowanus-canal-brooklyn-new-york-toxic-cleanup-epa

http://www.gowanuscanal.org

Landscape Photography Prints from “The Riverside” Series

Price: $25

These are fine art, hand pulled, prints depicting Riverside Park & the Hudson River landscape in New York City as viewed from Manhattan. Measuring 6″ x 9″, the prints were executed with chromogenic print on Fuji Deep Matte paper and were created in 2021. The prints are unframed and signed in ink on the back in the lower right hand corner.

C-type, or chromogenic printing is the process which the digital image is projected onto light-sensitive paper with silver-based chemistry. The paper is exposed to light, and the image is infused into the paper through a chemical process.

Jonas St. Juste (b. 1995) is an emerging fine art photographer born, and currently based in, Harlem, New York City.

Instagram.com/jonas.st.juste
JonasStJuste.com

Returns & exchanges

I gladly accept returns and exchanges
Contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 30 days of delivery

Returns and exchange details
I accept returns and exchanges, however you are responsible for the return shipping fee.

To return or exchange an item, contact me within 14 days of receiving your order with a detailed explanation for the return or exchange. If you are returning an item because the item was damaged in the mail, you must email me a photo that shows the damage in the artwork. If I am not contacted within 14 days of you receiving the order, I will not accept the return or exchange.

Once I have contacted you approving your return or exchange, mail your item back to me. I must receive the item in excellent condition or I will not accept the return or exchange, and you will not receive the refund or replacement.

Once I receive your return package, I will issue a refund. If you are exchanging an item, once I receive your return package, I will ship you a replacement.

After 14 days of receiving your order, all sales are final and items cannot be returned or exchanged.

Feb. 19, 2021 – Riverside Park (Snowing)

Lenape Words

Wine [weenay] – it is snowing

Kun [koon] – snow on the ground

I feel closer to envisioning an AfroFuture dream that bridges Black Americans and Indigenous Americans. More so as I think about Maroon history.

Videos I was listening to while I was photographing:

After listening to the Hudson River Brickmakers video, my neighborhood became a lot more red.

Màxke = it is red

Màxkahsënikaona = brick houses

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