KEARNEY — In his photographs, Reagan Pufall explores various different topics like synthetic landscapes and the anthropomorphic entire world of bugs. When it will come to typical landscapes, he considers that subject matter as a legitimate motive to stop by the all-natural world.
“They are shot for the pleasure of currently being exterior and the enjoyment of just seeing,” he claimed from an job interview in his home in Council Bluffs, Iowa. “They are an awfully good justification to go out and hike.”
Even better if the landscape has been burned — in a controlled way.
“I feel managed burns are fairly considerably the top of the aesthetic if you get to go out and hike and delight in them,” Pufall reported. “They burn off Hitchcock Character Heart in November around listed here on the other facet of the river and it’s like the spotlight of my climbing 12 months. They light the landscape on hearth and they really don’t near the park. They are just like, don’t be silly, and you can go and hike by this weirdly silent, serene, burning, crackling forest.”
For the reason that of the west-dealing with bluffs, Pufall ordeals unimaginable colors and mild through the burning course of action, one thing he enjoys photographing.
Examples of his perform can be witnessed in an exhibit presently on display by March at CHI Overall health Excellent Samaritan’s Walkway Gallery. Admission to the show is no cost.