Pacific Skies, by Jayme Catalano Renowne

Pacific Skies, by Jayme Catalano

Renowned photographer Frank Espada spent the first 50 years of his career documenting the issues concerning minorities, culminating in The Puerto Rican Diaspora: Themes in the Survival of a People, a book which has won numerous awards, and is represented in the Library of Congress along with 83 vintage prints. Now in the sunset of his own life, Espada has turned his lens toward the sunset views over the Pacific Ocean, photographing the same patch of sky every day for a year. “Pacific Skies” is an examination of the dynamic between the sun and the atmosphere as well as photographic composition and aesthetics related particularly to color, light, perspective, and form.

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