"Though a good deal is too strange to be believed, nothing is too strange to have happened." -Thomas Hardy
This image stems from the idea of the ambiguity of visiting and where to draw the line between host and guest and who is really visiting who....
Notes on the image:
I went to the Seattle aquarium and they have this exhibit called the jelly dough-nut - an eight-foot high plexiglass ring that is about 24 inches wide with a very gentle current rotating thru carrying all of these jellyfish around the doughnut. I spent about an hour shooting these wonderfully calming jellies as they leisurely make their way around.
This snowy background was taken one afternoon on a recent ski trip with friends as we skied down a run called The Other Way. They looked up and i snapped the image - but who's the stranger here?