7 April 2013
This is an experiment in visual poetry, in which the images must speak for themselves.
Pictures were taken this morning at the West Quoddy "Harbour Auhtority" dock. I was trying out a technique of vertical image stacking I encountered in the photography of David Hilliard (see http://www.davidhilliard.com/). Such vertical stacking, he says, "tears a space open;" by making your focus discontinuous, it mixes memory and observation. It seemed a format particularly suited to the infinite vertical scroll of a blog.
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