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Drifting smells of change, glazed cranial nerves, and the underbelly stench of the city. Pale, malnourished sky, with monochromatic wispy mid tones. There is a gray misty fog that lowered down around the concrete, and at times, I try while drifting through the clouds, to reaching out for your hand. You’re closer to me in a metaphysical plane than actual distance, for distance does not really matter.

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Melanie O'Neal
melanieoneal Raleigh, NC, USA

The human body is deconstructed in order to bring internal obstacles to light, which are challenged in the process of self-reconstruction. Shedding old skin creates a visual stimulus of an emerging metaphorical cocoon.

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Bladed Wings - Arts & Photography photo book
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