Edge Effect

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During an artist residency in Joshua Tree National Park, photographer Daniel Kukla placed mirrors along the edge of the Sonoran and Mojave desserts, capturing the startling contrasts between the two neighboring ecosystems—a phenomenon known to ecologists as the “Edge Effect.” The images—which look like photos-within-photos—juxtapose bushy terrain against empty desert, flat fields against mountain ranges and blazing sunsets against dark night skies.