Fogo: The Ephemeral Isle at Earth's Edge

Alex Fradkin

There is a very small island off the coast of Newfoundland named Fogo, whose ancient geologic origins began over four hundred million years ago. On Fogo, if the stones could speak—and some say they do—each would tell a unique and epic tale. As one peers over the rocky ledges of the island one is stripped of all conceptual thought and left only to experience the island with raw emotion and sensory awareness.