2 thoughts on “Mount Sinai, hawk and the reservoir”

  1. Zeke,
    First of all, I was absolutely taken with the image of the hand with the egg and the reservoir building in the far off distance. This stunning all at once HOLUS BOLUS perspective placed the man and the landscape into such depth that it seemed to contain the whole world in between. At first, I was not sure what the meaning of the stove was, and yet it gave the piece an ominous trajectory. I felt the vulnerability of the hawk in its winter environment, especially as the man persisted in crushing the egg; perhaps this is a global warming critique. As the world warms, even burns, the plight and flight of the birds becomes ever more critical.

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