6 thoughts on “Fall

  1. Nice. It looks like a butterfly to me with the stem being the proboscis.

    Or I could go all art critic on you and say something like: “At first blush Timm Eubanks’s Fall appears to lose its power when described because it intentionally seems an effortless observation. But there is an intelligence in the way he strips down the image to its leanest visual economy that, in part, pays homage to the conceptually driven photography of the early 1970s. The title of the work is not only a literal description, but is also an invitation to affix the emotional optimism of highly-saturated color landscapes.

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