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Under the New Mexican Sky


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Another beautiful study of the landscape, from videoblogger Ryanne Hodson. This week, an exploration of the land, sky, and horizon of New Mexico, USA, shifting from rich color into dramatic black and white. From Ryanne:

This was March of 2000. A trip to Shiprock, New Mexico with a class from Massachusetts College of Art. This was my first semester using film after 3 years of working with video. I loved it! I was totally hooked and ended up shooting more film than video. It just felt more immediate because i was editing a lot in camera. Film definitely informed my video work forever after this.

Complete high resolution video of this footage is available for download from the Internet Archive. See our File Directory for a link.

Comments

Comment from Robert Croma
Time: October 5, 2007, -5

Ryanne you wunderkind – I’m lost in light. Glorious.

Comment from Joe
Time: October 8, 2007, -5

fantastic