At photographer Mike Brodie left home and hopped trains across the United States. He spent three years photographing the train hoppers and vagabonds he encountered. More photos below. Mike Brodie’s Website
Color images are also important. The few colors in the play stand out against a gray and stormy world. Nora speaks of “the green head” of land where the tide is turning and of the likelihood that Bartley will sail in spite of his mother’s wishes. Later Cathleen refers to Bartley riding “over the green head” on his way to the boat. The rope that Bartley wants to use to tie the gray horse has been chewed on by the pig with the black feet.
The 'Indoor Desert' series. Ghost House of Kolmanskop (Namibia; Located near a diamond mine and within the restricted area of Sperrgebiet, Kolmanskop was a small but rich mining village in southern Namibia, founded by a group of Germans once diamonds were first discovered in the area in 1908) by Álvaro Sánchez-Montañés (b1973 Madrid, Spain)