Ming Enghauser: Desert Dwell

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Min Enghauser began making photographs as a child; exploring, learning and becoming aware through photography. For Enghauser, photographs, and the act of making them are glimpses of timeless spirits, of pure and unbiased realities of nature and time. Enghauser's exhibit Desert Dwell are all images from the Anza-Borrego Desert where she found that there is a coming together of the essence of the inhabitants and the spirit of place. Plant with rock, rock with sky, sky with mountain. These inhabitants speak to each other without words and at their core is the spirit of the other. Enghauser's photographs are the instruments through which she discovers and uncovers the truth of this slowly changing landscape of unity, cohesion, beauty, mystery and fate.