Photographer Jim Mangan zeroes in on the American Southwest with Time of Nothing, a book of aerial shots taken near the Great Salt Lake. One turn of the page, and it becomes clear the desert is anything but desolate. Mangan captures the landscapes in their pink and purple painted hues, complemented by rich textures sculpted from bodies of water. What ensues is a series of abstract photos that serve as a necessary reminder of nature’s faculties. Silent Sound publishes the book as a cloth-hardback, and edition of 600.