Paul Wakefield


The boundary where land and water meet – never still, never repeated. Water breaks, light breaks.


The grandeur of rocks is intensified when isolated. Stone becomes abstract in two dimensions – both simple and complex.


The bare bones of the earth are exposed through heat, wind, and erosion. Before sunrise or around sunset I capture the soft glow of light.


Soft, suffused light accentuates tranquility and depth. Choose carefully what to include to create an impression of continuity and intrigue.


The edges of snow and icescapes are unstable; they crack and shatter rock. Unstable conditions provide opportunities to watch infinite change in landscape.