A reflection on the interaction between the forces of human history and the energy and power of the natural world. Everyday humans are changing the landscapes that we encounter. As we alter the environment for our own means, other species must adapt to the changes we make. On Loggerhead Key humans stopped modifying the landscape decades ago. As human activity on the island subsided into park visitorship, nature crept back to where it had been long before a human foot ever touched its sand.
Thank you to National Parks Arts Foundation for giving us the opportunity to make this film. This short was created during our stay at the Artist In Residence program at Dry Tortugas National Park in September of 2016.
Cameras: Canon C100 and Sony RX 100 IV