Acueducto Romano
Photographed 12 March 2018
8”X12” framed to 11”X14”

This was the last photo that I took in Segovia before making my way back to the train station. One of a series of long exposures I have done in Spain contrasting our times with the classic Spanish scene. The dichotomy of fleeting moments of modern technology, barely registering before disappearing again, and the near permanence of the surroundings, created through ancient technology. The stones lifted into place nearly two millennia ago, held in place by nothing more than their own weight, outlasting civilizations.

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