Month: April 2016

You’re There, I’m Here #3

This is the third post from the project series You’re There, I’m Here. [My friend Donnie suggested an idea for a collaborative project where we each take a photograph outdoors on the same day. The purpose is to showcase the contrast in our surroundings as we are 16,504 kilometres apart.] See all posts here. MARCH 20, TWENTY SIXTEEN Jennifer: Twenty days into autumn, this is my back door, some metres away from the house, through our fig tree, way after dusk. Though it’s home, it’s a perspective that I’m not familiar with. Donnie: On the first day of spring, there in the back side of an old wall, atop rickety steps and weathered wood rails, was a door that someone had felt the need to proclaim as new. For a while I debated the truth of the scrawled words, then I realized that ultimately, a door is a door, and opening it is a new beginning. —- My image probably looks a bit eerie, could be King’s latest book cover even, but to be honest it had been …