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Its a lot like chasing the shadow of a cloud on a long desert highway. Its like a grade school bully holding your juice high above your head. That shadow quenches you, you chase it, and the cloud mocks you. In that way, chasing a cloud is a bit like chasing love, a shadow you bask in against a heat like duct tape that sears your skin.
No, this isn’t quite as serious as that. Not today. Today is like chasing the shadow of a wave when the sun screams like wild fans on shore line. The shade is cast so wide that there is no shade. You can only perceive it at a glance. A sly, passing glance: a sliding glance. A glance you give from the corner of you eye when you want no one to notice except the person you are glancing at. Forward, but imperceptible; cautiously inviting. That is how I took this photograph.
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