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Mojo Junction: A Walk Among the Spirits by Susan L. Yasinski is a panoramic travelogue of someone searching for the planet’s beauty. It acquaints us with the many different pictures one can confront along the way of commonplace objects, those we mostly overlook. Like that of trees; each tree can be seen as totally different from every other tree in the way it bends, curves, slants and appears to the viewer. Then there is mist and the patterns it can make, or the colors it can adorn. Sometimes the patterns may look real, but mostly it produces a surreal image. Such is the case with spider webs, the time of the day, or the nature of clouds. Vortices are another beautiful part of nature usually overlooked, and the variety of images snow can give rise to is legion. A little manipulation of the camera and its settings increases the effect manifold. Added to all this are the inherent changes that are seasonal, a change in climate affecting nature and its appearance in unpredictable ways.
Mojo Junction: A Walk Among the Spirits by Susan L. Yasinski attempts to present this quandary through a collection of images. Each image being more than what it is, people exploring nature for inspiration would find in each image new thoughts supplanting one's original thought. Someone who is in a happy mood or someone forlorn need not see the same image appearing in a column of mist. Or, what inspiration one finds in these images may be vastly different from what is shown. This book makes a practical demonstration of this phenomenon; the feelings one gets by looking at these images will differ based on the nature, temperament and mood of each reader.