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The pieces in this group were all taken in the pedestrian, entirely unremarkable areas along the coast of the central and southern San Francisco Bay; an area devoid of landmarks within which the mundane can integrate and become sublime. I call this group "All Things Being Equal" as there is no single focus, no primary subject matter. Rather, the focus of these images is on the coalescence of objects that are not normally seen or considered in isolation. Properly composed, these "negligible" elements participate equally in establishing a sense of order that allows the perpetually roving eye of the viewer to momentarily rest.