• city without name

    land under wave

    "The chalk had been put back over her, and Granny Aching, who always said that the hills were in her bones, now had her bones in the hills."


    Dedicated to Sir Terry Pratchett.

    In my teenage years, Terry Pratchett's books were guidance for the growing mind, prodding to question the reality of things in a safe way, never dogmatic, always curious. Later in life, dealing with depression, this has kept me searching for a way out. It helped. And for that I am forever grateful.

    Even now I often return to the Discworld for comfort and company when I'm out taking pictures.

    "Land under wave" attempts to reimagine the arc of Tiffany Aching, the timeless Chalk, the concept of death and perseverance.


    Spring 2017, Elton, Russia.