Photo-artist in (Pandemic) Isolation

In most ways I have it very easy. I am grateful. It's a very first-world problem, especially in times like these, to have the luxury to concern myself with feeding my inner artist. But feed him I must, and if I go 36 hours without, it begins to gnaw away, and I find myself heading out with my photographic gear. I don't have anything to decide, any more than I have to decide to get hungry or sleepy. I just go. Allow me to start near where I left off last time. I showed the following photograph's partner then; this is the more dramatic version, and they both appeal to slightly different parts of me. As usual, this wasn't what I went out to photograph, but on my way home from another photograph

Against the Grain

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