Phantom Skies and Shifting Ground: Landscape, Culture, and Rephotography in Eadweard Muybridge's Illustrations of Central AmericaMain MenuProject OverviewAn overview and description of Phantom Skies and Shifting GroundAn Introduction to Eadweard MuybridgeAn Introduction to Eadweard MuybridgeReading MuybridgeA primer on reading Muybridge's picturesField NotesA sample selection from Dr. Brady's field note essaysFinding & Rephotographing MuybridgeA selection of rephotographed sites located on a mapCollecting MuybridgeNotes on the Muybridge Central American albumsBibliographyThe bibliography from Phantom Skies and Shifting GroundByron Wolfe29b5afd50a8948b8f580d8d9bef15030f6d53f98Scott Brady74da0422598ae4d11d5f12e2d4b2465e62c96b82Temple University Press & Digital Scholarship Center / Radius Books
The site of ongoing historic preservation; Fort San Lorenzo, formerly Morgan’s Fort, near Colón, Panamá, 2010.
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12016-09-28T17:48:18+00:00Byron Wolfe29b5afd50a8948b8f580d8d9bef15030f6d53f98Finding & Rephotographing MuybridgeAnnie K Johnson53A selection of rephotographed sites located on a mapgoogle_maps2017-03-20T23:41:21+00:00Annie K Johnson152f752dbfcb2c81f05e99e467f7916e055e23f3