Cotton of Truth
In honor, remembrance, and thanks with beauty and intention to all those whom have shed hours, days, and years paving and slaving the way for brown people in America and the world.
This idea initially came from the unintentional standard pretty photographs that predominantly white people were taking of other white people in cotton fields around the United States. It led me to think, have we all forgot about the hard aching times that our people put on these fields? Has nobody considered this ever when making a photograph there? Could this be our sacred lands in America? Questions I answer with photos of my own to express my mind.
One could cut and paste these as the same kind of photos, but there they are wrong. I bring power to these and glory among the people that I call family, the brothers and sisters before me that gave me the power and the will to take a photo.