On the way back from my bicycle workout I stopped to do this triptych. For the last several times I have been riding by there, I had meant to do some photos, but the sky had always been cloudless. Today was a bit better. On the right is a clam processing facility called Southern Cross Sea Farms. I do think this triptych is OK, however I am a little concerned that it is ‘just a pretty landscape’ which is not really my cup of tea. That is why I really like my previous triptych. For me it had an emotional content that took it beyond just being a landscape. However, I also know that I can’t take pictures like that every time. I am posting it nevertheless because the process helps me sort my work out
christian harkness on Spring Break….. Simon Howlett on Spring Break….. christian harkness on Spring Break….. Anonymous on Spring Break….. Dave on Southern Glossary…..
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