Fossil Beach
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Filmed with a pinhole camera, Fossil Beach documents a family vacation to Westmoreland State Park on the banks of the Potomac River. We spent the morning reaching backwards into the earth, sifting through the sand with colanders we found in our cabin’s kitchen cabinet, searching for prehistoric sharks teeth and anything else that looked like it came from another time. This video is silent.

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