An early-hours image from February in Edmonton, one of three surviving homestead structures in Edmonton’s Walterdale community from 1900 or so. The light work in the trees, upon the snow and that reflected to the white walls of the house attracts my attention. The homestead glows in a way you might anticipate when encountering a home within a ghost story, the narrative placing a character too many hours into night and the happenings that occur.
Quote to Consider – “In photography there is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality.” – Alfred Stieglitz
Listening to – Casting Crowns’ ‘City on a Hill.’
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