A procession is like a dance, even while, as here, it is actually work. Niger, 1986.
PHOTO: MAGNUM PHOTOS/STEVE MCCURRY
We talk, see, and listen with large dishes. Earth station, U.K., 1982.
H. MARK WEIDMAN
Where there is coal there is also steel and steam to move engines. China, 1983.
MAGNUM PHOTOS/HIROJI KUBOTA
Does the wolf reflect on whether the ice will hold? Ellesmere Island, Canada, 1986.
We have grasses for carpets, and trees for umbrellas. Kagoshima, Japan, 1960.
MAGNUM PHOTOS/HIROSHI HAMAYA
The gulls pick and choose through refuse at city's edge. Jamica Bay, NY, 1987.
A racing fire, no matter where, makes us recall something ancient. California, 1985.
FOTOMANN, INC./RICHARD MISRACH
Floods are less delicate, making ordinary life oddly collapsible. California, 1979.
PAGE MACGILL GALLERY/JOEL STERNFELD
The petrochemical refineries decorate our rivers, like shrines. New Orleans, 1986.
The eyes visible from above are blind, but surrounded by fury. Hurricane Gladys, 1968.
Rivers are sculptors, putting wavy lines into what is seen from afar. Utah, 1962.
MAGNUM PHOTOS/ERNST HAAS
We are in love with waves, though not when driven by Gale Force 10. Atlantic City, NJ, 1968.
WOODFIN CAMP/DAN MILLER