Trigger Trash

And Shooters Who Care

Story and Photos by Daniel George

I do not shoot guns, because I cannot afford the ammunition. That is the excuse I recite whenever a local asks if I own a firearm, and it is one reason.

As a photographer who regularly uses four-by-five-inch color film, I essentially shell out seven dollars every time I release the shutter. All available funds go into my artwork. Another reason is that I am simply not interested. Guns played no part in my upbringing. I have never been hunting. My total shooting experience can be summarized in the requirements of a single merit badge. In spite of that, I have dedicated quite a bit of time and effort to the examination of gun culture in eastern Idaho.

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Daniel George

About Daniel George

Daniel George is a Rexburg-based artist and educator. His photographs typically focus on the landscape and how it acts as a manuscript of human activity and culture. His work has been exhibited in galleries across the United States, and has been featured in numerous print and online publications. He currently teaches photography at Brigham Young University-Idaho. You may view more of Daniel’s work on his website: danielgeorgephoto.net