Fine art photographer Eirik Johnson is a big believer in the daily practice of photography, whether that be casual photographs of his surroundings, or longer-term creative projects. Eirik’s work has taken him all over the United States, but his latest project, exploring Seattle’s Duwamish River, is closer to home.
Once a focus of life for indigenous tribes of the area, the modern-day Duwamish is a bustling waterway, central to the industries of the modern Pacific Northwest. At one time heavily polluted, efforts have been made in recent years to clean up the river, and to recognize its importance to the local ecosystem and to the Duwamish people.
Join Eirik as he travels the Duwamish, documenting the sights and scenes of the river with the Fujifilm X-Pro3.
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