These images are of the residual marks left by water receding from the shoreline - an area of the conjunction of a river with the sea. These images have a deep personal resonance. They are influenced by Alfred Stieglitz's "Equivalents". The influential psychologist, Carl Jung, was deeply concerned with our present disconnection from the environment. In his essay "Mind and Earth", Jung offers a vision of earth that claims that earth must be transcended for consciousness. He implies that earth is in a deep way connected to mind.