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Month: December 2014

Resolution

Glines Canyon
December 2014

I’ve been daydreaming about this place, even at night. The shapes in silhouette are unresolvable, and tax my small-hour stupors like doors in river beds, or gates in clouds. A thinly picketed ridge over defunct gates and gearing, and the soft-globed lighting on a dawn promenade provides a clean, well-lighted tour of a dead century’s achievements, as well as the new century’s reparations.

Compulsory mode

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Juan de Fuca
December 2014

Tides are as fun to watch as fire. This sequence is lightweight attention to trivial points of form, but it also feels like a promissory note, or down payment for a thousand more such moments.  Anticipating more, unperturbed by less. Like the harlequin drakes dis- and re-appearing in the chop. To minimize heartbreak, this is the way I’ve ended up looking at all of my photographs. I expect a great deal, but somehow can’t manage to be all that disappointed when I don’t get it. But are they representative of all that came before, or are they simply some minor adjustment for what may come after?