In January 2023 two weeks of unrelenting storms caused the Salinas River in Monterey County to surge nearly 15 feet over a week, according to U.S. Geological Survey data. This house was one of the victims. Almost year later, as Miriam was preparing to document the house for the second time, the heavens opened up and it was clear that the house was about to be flooded again. This time I wanted the rain to be the primary part of the portrait. The out-of-focus house can be seen inverted but sharp in the water droplets.
Photo by Miriam W Schulman, taken in Chualar, California
(Edition of 10 for each size)
Each print is signed, titled, dated, and numbered. Prints are generally available for purchase in two edition sizes.
Archival Pigment on Canson Platine paper.
- 310gsm, 100% Cotton, High DMAX, No OBAs, Acid-free
- Shipped in sturdy packaging protecting the print