Hannah Pierce-Carlson’s photo here reminds me of things I used to think about a few years ago when I had a camera on me all the time, everywhere. I’ve been slack on that score (the everywhere part) in the last year, working on praahjex, but in the past month or so I’ve been trying to relearn the old lessons, and feel the thrill again, and I caught a flash of what’s both satisfyingly old and the jolt of the new in Hannah’s picture - a visual nudge in all the good directions.
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