Cross Processed

These old houses.

Are a burden upon certain instances.

A bad habit…

Needing a follow-up.

A vision I can no longer hide.

Such as the taunting of a drawer…

Digging for the surface of things.



This quirk.

Is when so much more is fine.

Cross processing perception to stem the prodigal tide.

“Leaving aside the mysteries and the inequities of human talent, brains, taste, and reputations, the matter of art in photography may come down to this: it is the capture and projection of the delights of seeing; it is the defining of observation full and felt.” Walker Evans

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