Looking Out to Mexico at Night on the Border: Big Bend National Park, Steve Giovinco

Looking Out to Mexico at Night on the Border: Big Bend National Park

What the Mexican Border Looks Like at Night

While at Big Bend National Park in West Texas, I headed up the hill at night, hearing rustling javelinas (mountain lion?), and saw a few lights in the distance.

This was Mexico a few miles away.

Nearby, which you can’t see, is the Rio Grande/Rio Bravo, which I expected to be grand, but in fact was nearly a stream and was about three feet deep.

(From the series, “Eclipse.”)

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Steve Giovinco

Steve Giovinco is a New York City based fine art photographer, who focuses on creating images of couples and lyrical night landscapes. His work is collected by many museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and has exhibited widely and received his MFA from Yale University School of Art.