Sometimes there are images that speak volumes despite their complexity of form, or even of concept. It seems photographer Eric Cahan gets around — and his minimal photographs of the sky, which document sunsets on the East Coast, West Coast, and locations in-between, present a spectrum of natural variety that defies expectation. Surely everyone knows that sunsets can be breath-taking, but when isolated sunsets are viewed with an entire collection of same-but-different relatives, they daintily scratch an itch you may have never noticed before.
Flying Point Beach, Southampton, NY
Sea Cliff, San Francisco, CA
Fort Pond Bay, Montauk, NY
Palm Beach, FL
San Paulo, Brazil