The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta exists in a state of confluence. It is where California’s two largest rivers meet its most famous bay. It is a place where wild waters are subdued by man made levees. It is a place that exists in some distant past while being thrust into an uncertain future.   Behind the Levees is my love poem to the region, capturing these quiet spaces where man and nature meet.    It was made possible with help from the National Geographic Explorers program.  

The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta exists in a state of confluence. It is where California’s two largest rivers meet its most famous bay. It is a place where wild waters are subdued by man made levees. It is a place that exists in some distant past while being thrust into an uncertain future. 

Behind the Levees is my love poem to the region, capturing these quiet spaces where man and nature meet.


It was made possible with help from the National Geographic Explorers program. 

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 The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta exists in a state of confluence. It is where California’s two largest rivers meet its most famous bay. It is a place where wild waters are subdued by man made levees. It is a place that exists in some distant past while being thrust into an uncertain future.   Behind the Levees is my love poem to the region, capturing these quiet spaces where man and nature meet.    It was made possible with help from the National Geographic Explorers program.  
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delta-8.jpg
delta-9.jpg
delta-10.jpg
delta-11.jpg
delta-12.jpg
delta-13.jpg
delta-14.jpg
delta-15.jpg
delta-16.jpg
delta-17.jpg
delta-18.jpg
delta-19.jpg
delta-20.jpg
delta-21.jpg
delta-23.jpg
delta-24.jpg
delta-25.jpg
delta-26.jpg
delta-27.jpg
delta-30.jpg
delta-31.jpg
delta-32.jpg

The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta exists in a state of confluence. It is where California’s two largest rivers meet its most famous bay. It is a place where wild waters are subdued by man made levees. It is a place that exists in some distant past while being thrust into an uncertain future. 

Behind the Levees is my love poem to the region, capturing these quiet spaces where man and nature meet.


It was made possible with help from the National Geographic Explorers program. 

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