Confluence: Five Landscapes

Images by David Goldberg

[Proofreader’s Note: In the urban interior, street art sprouts amid authoritarian architecture like weeds through cracks in concrete, parks and gardens grow wild around the artifacts and intent of designed landscapes, non-native palms are as exotic and meaningless as public-art abstractions. Yet their confluence is exactly where we live. These are digital captures of large-scale, double-exposed analogue film prints, and Goldberg’s second set of images published on The Fabulist.]

horticulture_seven (c) David Goldberg
horticulture_seven (c) David Goldberg

horticulture_four (c) David Goldberg
horticulture_four (c) David Goldberg

horticulture_three (c) David Goldberg
horticulture_three (c) David Goldberg

horticulture_one (c) David Goldberg
horticulture_one (c) David Goldberg

horticulture_six (c) David Goldberg
horticulture_six (c) David Goldberg

David Goldberg is a San Francisco photographer whose images have shown extensively in both the Bay Area and Los Angeles. He has published three books and is an instructor of photography at UC Berkeley.

David Goldberg

David Goldberg

David Goldberg (“Confluence: Five Landscapes” and “Chimerae: Three Portraits”) is a San Francisco photographer whose images have shown extensively in both the Bay Area and Los Angeles. He has published three books and is an instructor of photography at UC Berkeley.
David Goldberg

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