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Life in the Holler: Red Brick Studio, a perfect face lift

2014-03-16 - 200 Quadrant, Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne.
Red Brick Studio not only gave a building on the square a needed face lift. It also has made a perfect canvas for light and shadows to create a late afternoon dance that makes the mind drift to endless possibilities. The first thought for me was a window into a alternate dimension where things are the same yet different. There seems to be trees, street lamps, and light everywhere but nothing moving or alive to be detected. Maybe a lonely place full of brightness but no one there to see or enjoy it. The same happens on this side of image when people have lives full of things to rejoice about but focus on the negative. As I said the same but different. - Shamarie Claiborne

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