on my way
By working on it at home, from memory without photos, I lost some of the movement, I lost in not being in the moment, I spent two days in frustration, and I gained a picture postcard. But most of all I know now what I need to pay attention to when I return. I have to take a higher point of view to expand the distance between reference points. I'll have more room to express the way I feel about the sloshyness of waters twisting and turning as they break and collide. But then next time the atmosphere will be different. I look forward to the experience of the moment.
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