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It’s hard to believe Caspian Sea‘s never appeared on this blog before, but
each day plays out something new, each minute, each second even,
so imagine this post like an arc of a zoopraxiscope or
or Duchamps’ “Nude Descending”,
or just Caspian Sea (ex-Sea Tiger, ex-New Castle, ex-Jonathan T) steaming by me as I take a break on a drizzly day in Elizabeth and
and revive my urgency as my life ticks
on by . . . stuff to do better, secrets to offload, fears to float test, people to get to know more completely. Caspian . . . glad to meet you. Times flies, sunrises launch, calendar pages flip, hours blur, seconds pulse … I pant and still get behind.
All fotos by Will Van Dorp.
These fotos document an interval of two hours–albeit edited–along KVK last Friday. Davis Sea westbound,
Brendan Turecamo eastbound past a Bouchard and a Reinauer in the background,
Marie J. Turecamo (farther) and Turecamo Girls westbound,
Megan McAllister westbound with Labrador Sea in distance.
What a revitalizing way to spend a few hours at week’s end, recuperating from the fury of a work week. If I could bottle that energy and sell it, I could luxuriate as CEO of a snake oil company! All fotos by Will Van Dorp.
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