I am always in search of remote place that's kind of frozen in time. A place where technology hasn't erased the traditional culture of the area. It is getting difficult to find places where our modern technology hasn't changed a long history of culture in one generation. Currently big tech companies are launching over 3,300 internet satellites to cover every square inch of the world. A drastic change will come to places that are not part of the culture of high tech and social media. I question what effect this will have when all humans are walking around with their necks bend over looking into a 3"x5" screen. Who will control the world and what information will be inputted to our devices to feed our minds and form our beliefs. The above image was made on Fogo Island. It is a place in transition but still reflects the culture of the people that migrated here fish in the cold arctic seas. The place is quiet and much of the old fishing industry is still evident with the old wooden boats and stages on the shorelines. The people that live here come from a long history of the hard work of fishing at sea that forms a deep bond with their neighbors. These places with the people that live there are special to me. How long it will remain is uncertain. Change is inevitable but not always good.