Been wasting far too much time on this personal piece. Still a work in progress but it’s at least coming together now. Too busy packing up for my move out to California to spend any more time fussing with it but wanted to share.
A study of an etching by Jehoshaphat Aspin depicting the constellation Canis Major.
In Greek mythology Zeus created a dog named Laelaps. A dog who would catch anything it chased. When Laelaps tried to catch the Teumessian Fox, a fox that could never be caught, they chased each other indefinitely. To end this paradox Zeus threw them both into the sky, creating the constellations Canis Major and Canis Minor.
I feel like Laelaps all of the time.
Fall Creek Falls, Tennessee / September 2013
Playing fetch underneath a waterfall on a warm overcast day. Pure bliss.
Hey all - started a new tumblr with photos of my past and present road trip adventures with my dog Wolfgang. Check it out.