This imagetitleCliff?s Edge Towards San Francisco at Dusk, 2021.
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When approached about the Angel Island Insight Project, I thought this would just be a great opportunity to visit a California State Park I had never been to. On my first visit to the Island, I was immediately drawn to the natural dichotomy within the landscape. The native oak and invasive eucalyptus trees subtly reflect the dichotomy of the treatment of the European and Chinese immigrants that came through the Island. The vegetation and structural ruins encompassing the Island visually represent the varied history and time passed through the landscape. Angel Island has become a deep inspiration to me and my work. When I spoke with friends about the project, some had never been to the Island including many SF natives. I have always been most interested to visit lesser known landscapes, as I hope my work highlights and informs the public of these beautiful and historically rich places.
? Christine Huhn, preservation photographer
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This imageAltTextAccessibilityCliff?s Edge Towards San Francisco at Dusk, 2021.
This imagecreatorChristine Huhn