Friday, September 13, 2019

"Cairns or man-made stacks of stones are a controversial topic among photographers and some outdoor conservationists"


"All of a sudden, the controversy on there was unbelievable," she recalled.


at Tettegouche State Park, interpretive naturalist Kurt Mead acknowledged that much of the staff doesn't like them.

"I think we have a lot of rock kickers on our staff"


It's a meditative process for Juhl. He makes what he considers small, ephemeral works of art.

"I feel like my job now is not only to do this art but to try to be kind of an evangelist or ambassador for the people who do it the way I do, who do it responsibly and care about the environment just as much as everybody else"
*Previously: Forget ice, cool your drink with Nordic Rocks