Soldier Cools Off in a Stream in the Mekong Delta Whilst Cleaning His Weapon
A U.S. 9th Infantry Division soldier of the 2nd Battalion, 60th Infantry, takes advantage of a stream in the Mekong Delta of South Vietnam to cool off while cleaning his weapon in June 1969 during the Vietnam War.
U.S. Marine Machine Gunner Fires Across the Perfume River
A U.S. Marine machine gunner fires on communists positions across the Perfume River in the imperial city of Hue as the Marines rout the Viet Cong from their strongholds of the citadel during the 1968 Tet Offensive.
173rd Airborne Brigade on a twelve day patrol in the jungles near Ben Cat, War Zone C. 1965 Shown are soldiers walking under the rain crossing a leech infested river. Photo by Henri Huet KIA Laos Feb. 10 1971
Reawakened Beauty: Jordan River - Exhibition Art Work Views
Reawakened Beauty exhibits 30 platinum prints that document the Jordan River from its source at Utah Lake to its mouth at the Great Salt Lake. Once a natural boundary between civilization and the ‘Wild West,’ the river has both shaped the Salt Lake Valley and been altered by its urban expansion. In Crane’s photographs, we see that some parts of the river have been left seemingly natural, while others reveal evidence of civil engineering, re-routing and pollution. Exhibition held in the Street Level Gallery space.