March 15, 2005

Who knows what would become of Southern California without the Colorado River? Perhaps it would have to devise an actual infrastructure of self-sufficiency to ensure its own survival. My first suggestion might be to catch the raging torrents of rain water that flow down the concrete streets during the periodic Spring rain. Every drop that is pictured here was destined for only one fate that March day: an underground journey to the neighboring Pacific Ocean. 


Hannah said...

The flowers are strangely captivating. Don't resist them; just fall into their world.

Jeffrey T. Baker said...

Isn't that what Dorothy said?