Death in the Woods: The Rhythm of Objects

Lexington, GA - Photo by T.R. Hummer

Lexington, GA - Photo by T.R. Hummer

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  1. Year ago, driving to our lake home in upstate New York, the two lane highway would pass by farms that had been there for a century (or maybe two) the houses would ,most often, be new splitlevel perhaps brick next to a nearly new barn that usually next to a decrepit grey wood skeleton of a used to be barn but always in the foreground close to the back road was an overgrown thicket and bramble with a few weather scorned head stones fighting for position surrounded by old fencing. I always wondered about the lives of those people who lived abd died on the land and their closeness to to it and their evevitable oneness with it.

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