Lately, I’ve been spending some time thinking about the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and its role in my photography and the art-making of others. Although I assume these images aren’t made in the US, I just think it’s interesting to note that most of the birds in these photographs are European starlings (not protected under the act) and if they aren’t, they’re photographed “on-site” and not in the artist’s studio. Just something I may be making a post about in the future (please email me if you’ve got an opinion!).
(Also, I’m crazy about the fact that the artist’s name is so similar to Dana Scully.)
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