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Ad Libs: Whither water?

Original post made by Rebecca Wallace, arts & entertainment editor of the Palo Alto Weekly, on Apr 21, 2011

I love the arcs of this photo: the way they complement each other, with nature mirroring the man-made world, or perhaps the other way around. Although the author and photographer Jonathan Waterman was traveling the Colorado River in part to learn about the loss of water as a resource, I'd say he's got a sculptor's eye.

Waterman will speak May 2 in Mountain View as part of POST's Stegner lecture series, giving glimpses into his experiences following the length of the Colorado River: mountains, mudflats and all. ...

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