"Because the fault continues to shift - and takes the land with it - Dewey sees his pictures of the Carrizo Plain as a sort of stop-action photography, with the subject in the slowest possible motion. In his photographs the plain does seem alive, a giant asleep beneath a blanket that happens to be made up of gild grasses and flowers.

From the Air, Bill Dewey Sees the Carrizo for What it Is - a Creature of the San Andreas Fault"

Ann Herold, Los Angeles Times Magazine, March 2004

Photo Gallery - Carrizo Plain


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