hair.jpg My camera takes photos of what it sees, not what I see. I hold it up to my eye but its bulk juts out too far and it will focus only on my fringe or the mountain. It won’t show both at once. So I cheat and hold it against my right cheek instead of my eye, the false angle producing an image closer to what I see.

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  1. weez

    near and far
    mutually exclusive

    but it’s okay. Who can understand a whole mountain? And the fringe of your hair is so much more interesting.

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