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... to create simple and complex carving of space to create further forms.
The outside cubes are impressive in their size and relation to each other. They depend on shadows to create their forms. I would love to have been able to come back to see all these pieces at different times of the day. Its an installation that would change every time you go.
Flavin used florescent lights to create positive and negative space ...
... of all, hostile to
fools like me, I loved it.
After all the antiparticle, after four
months on the road to get there, after seeing it and feeling it then
turning away from it, returning to civilization, I feel a bit empty.
What did I hope to change by going in the first place? We are still
who we have always been. We will taste and feel and remember Big
Bend for a long time, ...
... to be thriving with lots of traffic and people on the streets. Many people from Juarez come across the International Bridge to do their shopping here in El Paso.
Franklin Mountains State Park in El Paso and Forest Park in Portland both claim to be among the biggest urban wilderness areas in the US. Other than that, the ...
... is more alive than some of the run down towns we have seen today. The area is cooler than the Gulf area and tourists come to golf, mountain climb, camping, and great viewing. It is also known for the Woodward Agate Ranch and its famous Texas agates in all colors.
There are still many other towns to visit in this area like Fort Stockton, Odessa and Midland but we can’t visit it all. We will stay in Fort ...
After some considerations we chose to drive for some hours south east towards national parks, and see where we got to. Stop here or there and walk in the nature.
On our way we saw big, bulky, shiny, cool trucks. Also the train, dozens of wagons stretching from far ahead of us to somewhere back behind us.
We made a stop in Marfa. The ...