Zachary Warnke

Black and white images of a dying lake, once blue, Huxley called it “too good to be true”.

I am at the end of a peninsula looking out of a hotel window, white linens drape and sad pink ovaries droop from the pergola, I see only a man in a wooden canoe fishing in the great morning gloom. Does he know the lake will die soon

35mm black and white negatives

Zachary Warnke

Zachary L. Warnke is a photographer who uses analog processes to create works of art that evoke thoughtful and insightful dialogue. He is a Veteran of the U.S. Air Force and a current National Park Service employee. Follow his journey as he continues to capture his world on film.

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