Photographer's Note

The shadows of things
start closing in when day falls
growing like weed reaching out
longer and longer
about to touch the horizon,
and burst from their own length;

but no: they dissolve themselves sideways; into the black of night; bursting of breadth instead.

The shadows of people aging
also grow longer and longer;
losing contrast with the ground
until it seems to absorb them;

but just then: they intersect the horizon; surround the globe; complete the circle; live in tomorrow.

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Additional Photos by Peter Gorod (pgorod) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 239 W: 48 N: 271] (1019)
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